Brent Hull is owner and founder of Hull Historical. He is passionate about beautiful architecture and the art of timeless building.
Brent enjoys working with his hands and has always loved building. In 1991, he moved to Boston to begin a 2-year study of historic preservation at the North Bennet Street School. NBSS is one of the oldest trade schools in the United States, and it was here that Brent learned the art of traditional building.
Returning to Texas with his wife, they settled in Fort Worth and he soon opened his business in his brother’s garage, a 1911 bungalow. Over the next 23 years Brent has combined his passion for restoring buildings along with his love of craftsmanship to build a business that focuses on preservation as well as historically inspired houses and millwork.
Brent enjoys life in Fort Worth and spending time reading anything he can get his hands on. He loves drawing and sketching for clients, but spending time with his beautiful wife and three kids dominates all other favorites.
Romeo is a 4-year-old yellow lab and Brent’s four-legged best friend. Wherever Brent is, you can usually find Romeo pretty close by. There are few things he loves more than swimming and chewing on pieces of wood left around the shop. He often forgets his size and thinks he is a lap dog, rolling over for whoever will give him a good belly rub. You’ll be hard pressed to find a dog more lovable than Romeo.
Research, Design & Consulting
Brent Hull consults on any and all aspects of classical architectural design, historic preservation and restoration as well as custom millwork design. Architects and designers turn to Brent’s expertise to satisfy their desires for architectural correctness and historical accuracy.
Lectures & Appearances
A dynamic and popular speaker, Brent Hull has developed a reputation for packing rooms with architects, designers and residential home builders who are all eager to learn classical design from an expert. If you would like to have Brent speak at your next event, please contact Aaron Lenzini.