MG2 Acquires Fuller/Sears Architects

Acquisition allows MG2 to expand its retail, residential and mixed-use design practice

In a strategic move to increase its retail and commercial design practice, MG2 announced today the acquisition of Seattle firm, Fuller/Sears Architects.

As of October 3, MG2 welcomes Bill Fuller as a principal and Steve Johnson as an associate principal along with their staff to MG2’s Seattle office.

“It has been an exciting time working with the Fuller/Sears leadership team on the acquisition,” said CEO and Chairman of the Board Mitch Smith. “Our practices and values align harmoniously and everyone is looking forward to having the new team members join us.”

Fuller/Sears is a full service architectural design firm with a strong local and regional following. Their staff is bringing expertise in retail centers, retail-based mixed-use projects, mid-rise residential, office and adaptive reuse / historic / landmarked buildings to MG2’s practice.

“Joining MG2 and its impressive team will allow us to greatly expand our client base, project types and geographic reach,” said Principal Bill Fuller. “We’re honored to join MG2 and look forward to what our combined expertise can now deliver to our clients.”

About MG2

MG2 partners with businesses around the world to create meaningful transformation through architectural services, planning, interior design, brand strategy and consulting. MG2 is consistently ranked among the largest architecture firms in the nation and one of the top retail design firms in the world.

MG2 serves clients around the globe from five offices: Seattle, WA; Irvine, CA; Minneapolis, MN; Washington, D.C. and Shanghai. For more information, visit