We’ve been around a while. With nearly 20 years of combined experience in architecture and planning, we’ve seen a lot. Our tenure as architects is second to none. Here’s a look at some of our past experience:

Multi-Family Residential

We’ve designed thousands of units of every type. From tax credit affordable apartments, townhomes, and market-rate luxury apartments, to highend and entry level condominiums and senior housing, we’ve got residential covered.

Single Family Residential

We’re happy to design single-family residences, especially for our long-standing clients. Sometimes we play marriage counselor as our clients wrestle with each other on the color of kitchen tile, but it’s worth it.


We know how to lay out an office. Simple office planning principles are the keys to a successful project. We know these principles well, and can organize efficient, cost effective office spaces for any client.


We have experience in multi-unit retail and big-box retail design. The nuances of these types of projects, while they may seem simple, are especially complex, and we know the ins-and-outs.

Historic Renovation

We’ve cut our teeth on a number of historic renovations over the years. Often, these renovations take advantage of state and federal historic preservation tax credits. We understand the programs, and know how to use them to the client’s advantage.

Parking Garages

Often, parking requirements drive projects, and the way to manage that is through efficient structured parking. We’ve done it, in multiple configurations, and in varied construction types.

Land Planning

Great architecture is enhanced when part of a well-designed environment. We’ve planned suburban apartment developments, big-box retail centers, small urban infill developments, and small courtyards in vacant lots in the center city.

Mixed Use

What could be more fun than taking a variety of different project types and combining them on a tight urban site? The complexities of making sure retail interfaces correctly with apartments, parking, and office components are especially challenging. They all have competing needs, and all have to strike a balance with each other.