We examine the function/use which starts with the documentation of needs and desires, "the goals”. The users contribution of, their processes, work habits, and current environment are a key area of importance. We study the elements that negatively and positively influence the day to day mental and physical productivity, innovation, and creativity levels.
Second we look at the basic elements that shape and define the building itself. We start with standard building blocks, applicable codes, ordinances and client standards, programming, use, ancillary needs, and sustainability which will all have an influence on the initial size, shape, and comfortability of the building exterior and its interior spaces.
Third we define and create "art", which is the building style, color, texture, material, nature and amenities to create the building identity or character which will ultimately define its place in its environment. These are very important as these elements can have negative or positive effects on its surroundings.
Each of these phases culminates in a sustainable place that meets the basic functions while contributing to the mental and physical demands of the human experience in an environment that brings man closer to nature.
Motto: To create environments where Humans can interact and experience the benefits both mentally and physically of /with Nature.
New Restaurant Houston, Texas
Pergola Early Design Studies for City of Jayton Texas
New Restaurants for Russo's NY Pizzeria, in the USA and International
Town Center Concept
for Investment Group
Corbett Park Base Ball Stadium. Located in Wharton, Texas for Wharton Jr College
Mid-rise Office Building
for Investment Group
Inspire Yoga Studio, Located in Grapevine, Texas for Second Sanctuary.
New Music, Science, Academic and new central plant additions to the Montgomery campus
Located on the Campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Program to Construction Administration
Located in Rockwall, Texas The Harbor Town Center Development is on the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard. Experience as a designer.
Located on I-40 east of Amarillo, Texas.
Located on the Lamar State College in Orange, Texas.
Latino Cultural Center located in Dallas Texas,
Architecture * Interior Design *Feasibility Study * Master planning * Project Management