Searching for a new home for their congregation, my client sent me the address of a building in Richardson. Built in 1976, the building hasn't been touched in over 40 years, which can be good and bad. Built as a martial arts studio, the layout is simple and functional while the woodwork throughout is impressive, the kind rarely seen in similar-type buildings today.
Here's a peek at one of the design ideas we are working on for the exterior. It's a balancing act to present practical solutions that meet the client's goals: sanctuary space that can grow with their congregation, updated building systems, and an updated, modern exterior. And did I mention creating a welcoming and inspiring space to worship? I'm to excited to see how this develops!
We're excited to see our latest healthcare project break ground out west. Construction started in July on this 5,000 square foot medical center. Located in central El Paso, the medical office is designed to accommodate a family medical practice with additional administrative office space. Construction is expected to last twelve months. See more of the design here.