We are contextual thinkers who consider: place, people, past, present, future, form, and function-creators of structures and spaces that integrate them all by translating culture into design. We provide a full- range of development, design, and construction administration services for clients, specializing in the commercial redevelopment of in-town neighborhoods and communities across the United States.

Kronberg Wall develops distinctive places where people's experiences are as elevated as our architecture-a reflection of our sensitivity to every transition-from the geography of a project, to its role and place in its community, to the moments people spend inhabiting it.

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We believe in both design and profitability. We carefully analyze an entire project and consider the site, zoning, tax credits possibilities, the cultural and economic environment, a client's needs and budget constraints, as well as construction techniques and sustainability. Our goal is to create great projects in which design, finance, and technology work together.


Design is the core of our firm. Our projects range in scale, and fall into different categories and phases of discovery, but they all share the same idea that conscious design can transform societies, shape cities, and improve the lives of residents in our communities
Jennifer Kjellgren

Jennifer Kjellgren

Sep 24, 2015
Really love all of what this firm is doing to bring SMART development to our city and the south! Full review ›
Leigh Hays

Leigh Hays

Oct 18, 2013
I've worked with Kronberg Wall for 6+ years and truly a joy to collaborate with on projects. They are professional and innovative and have a great staff of professionals. They are knowledgeable in sustainable products as well as energy efficiency options. Full review ›
Renatenada Nada

Renatenada Nada

Oct 18, 2013
Always responsive and great insight to not only architecture, design, and code, but also business practices as it relates to those issues. Erik is definitely a colleague who I think very highly of and a top choice whether it's collaborating on a project or requesting specific advice. Full review ›
Dan W.

Dan W.

Oct 18, 2013
I have worked with the Kronberg Wall team for several years in a professional/supporting capacity as a lawyer. They are a great team of dedicated and intelligent professionals-- they really know their stuff and are committed to excellence. Full review ›
Geoff Koski

Geoff Koski

Oct 18, 2013
I've discussed KW's work with numerous clients in intown Atlanta and have always heard glowing reviews. In fact, the general consensus seems to be that they are the go to guys for difficult or unique projects in Atlanta and Decatur. Full review ›
Becky Striepe

Becky Striepe

Oct 18, 2013
Eric did a great job designing our addition and working with our contractors to get it completed on schedule. He was patient as we sorted out a design that would fit both our needs and our price range, and he was on site frequently to make sure the work was being done properly. Full review ›

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Our Top 10 Wishlist for Encouraging Small Development in Atlanta

We had the honor of being part of a symposium for Atlanta’s Historic Westside yesterday, which was put on by the Westside Future Fund, CNU and the Chick-fil-A Foundation. The symposium focused on bringing together an array of stakeholders involved in the Westside to have honest discussions around

Cultivating Your Farm

One of many blighted homes returned to working order as part of the award-winning Renewal Homes project in New Orleans. We spend a lot of time working with the Incremental Development Alliance training folks to be small developers. One of our many goals is to help build community wealth through infill


We are looking for someone awesome whose talent and dedication will help tackle the great projects on our boards and share some good times in our office in Reynoldstown! At Kronberg Wall we are contextual thinkers: we consider geographic, cultural, chronological, and spatial contexts to create impactful


We hear that the City of Duluth is enjoying the ongoing revitalization of their historic downtown, which includes KWA’s work at Parsons Alley (recent recipient of a 2017 ULI Development of Excellence Award and CNU Charter Award). Like a lot of Atlanta suburbs, Duluth is experiencing rapid growth

Decatur Tiny House Festival

We enjoyed the opportunity to share our thoughts on ADUs at the Decatur Tiny House Festival this past weekend. For those who couldn’t make it and are interested in learning more about why we give a hoot and what we’re doing about it, click below to download our presentation. Link to KWA

La France Walk: Looking Back and Thinking Forward

La France Walk is a new walkable pocket community in the intown Atlanta neighborhood of Edgewood. Learn more at www.lafrancewalk.com or on Facebook. We’ve had a lot of time to think through housing challenges and opportunities facing Atlanta. La France Walk is a unique chance to explore this


For this installment in our Placemaking video series, we teamed up with some of Atlanta’s foremost cycling advocates and experts to discuss how investing in cycling infrastructure helps to create great places. Thanks to Breck Prewitt of Ground Game Media for the great work!

Understanding ADA: A Guide for Small Developers

We recently had the pleasure of presenting some of our latest research on the Americans with Disabilities Act at CNU in Seattle. The ADA is an important part of our built environment, and we firmly believe that architecture and public spaces should be accessible for everyone. Sometimes, however, the

So You’re Running for Office…

Dignified Missing Middle housing and single family housing coexisting peacefully in Candler Park, Atlanta, a stone’s throw from a thriving commercial node and a 10-minute walk from a heavy rail station. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a young, hopeful person who has decided to

ADU Update + Call to Action!

If you’re wondering what happened to our ADU dreams, you’ll be happy to hear that we have been working diligently over the past few months to make them a reality. First, we are wrapping up construction document sets for our two ADU prototypes and hope to have final pricing on these in the

Placemaking & the Project for Public Spaces

We edited this excellent diagram by the folks at the Project for Public Spaces to highlight qualities we consider most relevant and important to us as placemaking-focused architects (image: PPS) It&rsquo

Nick Pihakis, restaurant veteran and co-founder of concepts such as Georgia-based Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q, will partner with Jeremy and Tammy Chambers, Atlanta-based restauranteurs, to open two new food

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We’re so proud to be UDC award winners! Thanks to the whole team for making this possible!... @summerhill_atl @carter_usa @atlantabike @atlplanning #atlanta #atlantaga #summerhill #summerhillatl #reynoldstown

  Facebook  •  May 15

Eric Kronberg talked to What’s Next ATL about Hulsey Yard! Link in bio... @atlantabeltline @rtownatl #hulseyyard #atlanta #atl #yimhy #edgewoodatl #inmanpark #reynoldstown #cabbagetown #oldfourthward

  Facebook  •  May 10

Bicyclists should totally pay their fair share for the roads. Oh wait....

  Facebook  •  Apr 21

Lane widths are a really big deal. So many streets have overly wide lanes that could be tightened up to fit in on street parking or bike lanes. The wider the lane, the safer a driver feels driving at

  Facebook  •  Apr 18

Our super buzzkill moment of the day. We are looking at options for some suburban retrofit up in Alpharetta. They have some progressive parking size guidelines based upon ULI if you are doing green infrastructure

  Facebook  •  Apr 17

Our thoughts and presentation from #DesignOverDonuts http://kronbergwall.com/calling-all-ideas-for-a-better-atlanta-housing-choice-edition/

  Facebook  •  Apr 17

Georgia Folks- We are leading a deep dive into Main Streets and Housing on March 26th with ECG. Details on event below. Folks need to be from an ECG or Municipal Gas Authority (MGAG) city to attend. Wondering

  Facebook  •  Mar 20

AARP does a great job advocating for inclusive communities. They understand that it's not just housing that matters, but how we get around. https://www.aarp.org/livable-communities/getting-around/info

  Facebook  •  Mar 18

Really excited to speak about housing choices at Georgia Power's Housing Conversation tomorrow. More than 300 people signed up to join us. #NoPressure https://events.southerncompany.com/Georgia_Housing

  Facebook  •  Mar 14
Rem Koolhaas explains how his preoccupations have shifted from urbanism and the city to preservation and the countryside in this second movie filmed by Dezeen at the launch of OMA's new Rotterdam skyscraper.