We are guided creatively by our appreciation of how architecture contributes to the primary function of a space, whether it’s promoting a patient’s health and well-being, adding to a sports fan’s evening of fun, or helping a customer move efficiently through a bank.
We are equally attuned to the sensitivities and sensibilities of our clients and their end users; this enables us to design projects that meet their goals.
Through excellent communication with the client, we are able to create environments that look good and work well.
MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDINGS
Plastic Surgery Center
This contemporary medical office building, for a clinic and an ambulatory surgery center, is a three-story steel structure on a tight urban site. The first floor is half clinic space and half covered parking. Additional parking can be found at the rear of the building with leased parking across the street. The exterior is cladding is predominantly white metal panels, zinc panels, and tinted glass. The two-story glazed corner atrium, accented with horizontal sun shading fins, gives the building its featured identity. Existing mature live oak trees, carefully protected during construction, give visual separation from the adjacent boulevard.
A 65,000 sf three-story medical office building housing the multi-specialty clinic space for Kelsey- Seybold Clinic. The steel frame structure is clad in a custom brick pattern and features the Owner’s signature three-story rotunda. A covered vehicle drop-off adds to the patient amenities. The rear of the building includes access for drive-up modular imaging trailers for expanded patient diagnostic capabilities. The building site, constructed in an urban forest, took advantage of saving old growth trees in its parking design.
Bay Area Wellness Center
This multi-tenant medical building features a single-story medical lease space in the front, with a two-story wellness center in the rear. The 10,000 sf pre-engineered steel frame building is clad in multi-colored and patterned steel panels for an urban, inner-city image. The rear of the building is anchored by a two-story signage panel to further evoke the building’s identity.
Somerville Health Center
This 8,400 sf medical building for the Burleson County Hospital District features a two-story central tower that anchors an arched covered patient drop-off canopy. The facility, located in downtown Somerville, features gabled bay windows as a nod to the nearby residential neighborhood. The facility is separated from the street by a patient and visitor parking lot, with staff parking in a separate rear parking lot. The facility houses a county clinic, county resource offices, a community room, and a county EMS facility with a two-bay ambulance carport.
St. Luke’s Community Emergency Center
St. Luke’s Hospital’s first community emergency center in northwest Houston was housed in this 14,300 sf custom medical building. The entry’s rotunda provided an immediate brand association with the quality of care associated with St. Luke’s Hospital. Custom radial paving surrounds the cover entry and coordinates with the exterior brick. This medical building also features a covered vehicular drop of and is protected by an emergency power generator.
Sphier Emergency Room
Missouri City, TX
8,150 sf steel frame with brick veneer housing a state-licensed Freestanding ER (anchor tenant) and a Retail Compounding Pharmacy in Sienna Plantation. The building features tenant entries facing the highway, with covered vehicular access on the south side, and a concrete parking lot. Tenants are served by an emergency power generator.
Outpatient Cancer Treatment Center
A 3,800 sf addition to the Centerfield Medical Office Building (Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital Campus) to house two linear accelerator vaults. The cast-in-place concrete structure is clad in a brick to match the existing exterior of the MOB. Programming and schematic design was provided in conjunction with HOK. This linear accelerator vault addition project was tied to a 10,300 sf cancer treatment center interior build-out.
Jackson County Medical Clinic
An owner-occupied 8,100 sf wood-framed brick veneer medical building housing the outpatient clinic of the Jackson County Hospital District. The building features a custom patterned brick exterior, a covered patient drop-off canopy, a covered walkway to the adjacent hospital, and access to a new heliport.
Retinal Consultants of Texas
This 17,500 sf full-floor clinic build-out features a custom radius large-scale porcelain tile feature wall in the elevator lobby that leads to either the clinic or research offices. The clinic features 3 physician pods that are organized around curved tech stations. The finishes, based on established client finish standards, provide a patient-centric ambiance of calmness and trust. A third of the floor features the associated research department that includes its own patient evaluation rooms and research offices.
Houston Plastic Surgery Center and Clinic
A 9,700 sf new private physician clinic and an office-based outpatient surgery center make up this new facility in urban Houston. The clinic includes 4 aesthetician rooms, 4 exam rooms, and 2 photo rooms. This office-based outpatient surgery center features 2 pre-op rooms, 3 post-op bays, a private recovery room, 2 ORs, and a private post-op patient exit. Interior design was coordinated with Rottet Studio for the clinic, waiting and office areas.
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Cancer Center
The Cancer Center incudes a clinic area, infusion center, and two linear accelerator vaults. 10,300 sf of this project was a build-out of shell lease space with the linear accelerators housed in a 3,800 sf building addition. Programming and schematic design was provided in conjunction with HOK.
Gill Center for Plastic Surgery and Dermatology
Built-out into a new medical office building, the project consists of a five-exam room dermatology clinic and a AAAASF certified office-based surgery center with a single OR. This upscale project features polished and stained concrete floors surrounded by a neutral palette of white walls, cabinets, doors, and ceilings.
Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital Outpatient Infusion Center
This 6,500 sf outpatient Infusion Center was designed as a replacement for an outpatient PTOT clinic. This Infusion Center features 20 private infusion rooms wrapped around 2 nursing stations.
Jackson County Hospital expansion
This 18,000 sf hospital addition included a new emergency department (6 exam/treatment rooms), imaging department
(CT, X-ray, mammography, and mobile MRI), laboratory/blood draw, administrative office and conference room, and a new hospital entry and admissions. The brick clad building expansion also included a multi-bay covered Ambulance entry, a new hospital drive-through entry canopy and vestibule, and a new heliport. This expansion project also included a new concrete parking lot that connected to the Hospital’s nearby outpatient building.
Jackson County Wellness Center expansion
The existing physical therapy department was expanded through an 8,000 sf addition that included a natatorium, private locker/dressing rooms, and a fitness gym. The design program included the sharing of the fitness gym and natatorium on an alternating schedule with the Edna community.
Quentin Mease Hospital, PTOT Department
In this project, the 5th floor hospital nursing unit was converted into a full-floor 15,050 sf Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Department that includes patient treatment areas, therapy areas and department offices. The design accounted for existing through-floor plumbing stacks that kept the lower floor nursing units operable during and after construction.
Sphier ER, Freestanding Emergency Room
Missouri City, TX
This licensed free-standing ER build-out in a multi-tenant medical building features 5,500sf of reception, waiting, triage, business office, lab, 5 exam rooms, a treatment room, a CT, and X-ray areas. These areas are supported by a large nurse station that serves as command central for the facility.
Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Fort Bend
Sugar Land, TX
This multi-specialty clinic build-out was spread over 3 floors of a new 72,000sf medical office building. Clinics include Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Imaging, and pharmacy. This project established finish standards for future Kelsey-Seybold projects for several years.
This contemporary restaurant, located entirely inside the Saks Fifth Avenue store in the Houston Galleria Mall, seats 120 in a variety of dining and lounge venues. Harrell Architects collaborated with Nina Magnon, of Nina Magnon Interiors to complete the project design. Construction of this 6,500 sf venue was carefully orchestrated through the store, which remained open during the renovation.
Basketball Team Amenities
Toyota Center: Houston, TX
This off-season renovation project of all the player amenities, included a new locker room, a new player’s lounge, a new weight-room, a new video room, new coaches’ offices and lounge, and renovated shower and dressing areas. The new design theme of this 6,500 sf renovation unifies the player off-court experience, and aids with personnel recruiting.
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Bar
Toyota Center: Houston, TX
This bar renovation in the Toyota Center converted an original generic arena bar into a Jack Daniel’s themed bar and lounge. Used whiskey barrel staves, provided by Jack Daniel’s, were used to clad the bar front. Historical sepia Jack Daniel’s images were applied as a frieze around the lounge ceiling and the bar’s dropped ceiling.
Tallowood Baptist Church Chapel
With the new construction of a 2,200-seat worship center at the church, the former 1,100 seat sanctuary was converted into a 300-seat chapel. The original choir loft, podium and pulpit were removed from the north end, replaced with a new raised platform at the east end of the transept. The resulting nave, with center aisle, is used for small worship services, weddings, and funerals. The new tile flooring, in combination with the tall and narrow nave, allows for excellent reverberation for vocal and orchestral performance.
Tallowood Baptist Church Youth Building
This three-story building, added to the northeast corner of the church facility, allows for covered vehicular drop off, with the second and third floors dedicated to youth activities, study, and worship. The second floor includes a snack area, vending, a 3-on-3 basketball court, billiards, ping-pong, video games and meeting space. The third floor is a large multipurpose room for worship, dining, and fellowship activities.
The Woodlands, TX
Located on Waterway Avenue, the design of this 3,200sf chocolate bistro prototype installation celebrated “everything” chocolate with imagery and color. Food and drink service areas featured, ice cream, cookies, cakes, candy, drinks, and bar chocolate for take-out or in-store dining. Structural columns were clad with custom panels painted to resemble chocolate at just-before-melting temperature.
Rio 24 Cigar Bar (closed)
The Woodlands, TX
A 2,800 sf bar, lounge and humidor providing a relaxed and modern pub atmosphere for cigar smoking and drink service. The glass incased humidor is the featured focal design element at the entry vestibule. High ceiling with stained wood beams, brick clad columns contribute to the ambiance.
Toyota Center: Houston, TX
This court-level contemporary bar and lounge, sponsored by Woodforest Bank, features full height corridor windows so that sporting event patrons may watch the players as they go to and from their locker rooms before during and after games. The translucent bar top glows from the LED lights mounted from below. The lounge area features stained and polished concrete floors with floating acoustical panels above. Three private lounge areas, that include their own service bars and lounge seating, are numbered with custom recessed neon lighting.
Amegy Bank Renovation
East Bernard, TX
This renovation and addition project re-brands a small-town branch bank to Amegy Bank standards. The project included a vault and staff break room building addition, a drive-through banking lane expansion, and bank lobby updates with new finishes.
Memorial Hermann Sky Court
Toyota Center: Houston, TX
In an exterior shell space on the upper level of the Toyota Center arena, this basketball themed kids play, and activity area features a child-scaled basketball court with hardwood floor, glass backboards, and electronic score board, matching the arena court. Health education vignettes and displays encourage play and physical activities. Other, amenities include a party room and a miniature team locker room.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Renovation and conversion of an earlier restaurant into a new Ruth’s Chris Steak House. The 2,500 sf renovation included a new full kitchen, dining areas, lobby, and a round second-floor private dining room accessed by a curved wrought iron stair. The modern jazz-inspired interiors with a hint of New Orleans ambiance completes the Ruth’s Chris Steak House brand.
A 4,000 sf new restaurant in downtown Houston for upscale casual dining and bar services. The southwest infusion with a modern flair creates a pleasurable dining experience. The large steel divided lite sliding doors visual raise the dining room volume for a comfortably scaled ambiance. The private dining rooms and outdoor sidewalk dining adds to the various seating options available.
Retina Consultants of Texas
The interior signage package design scope for this full-floor tenant build-out included a large custom back-lit logo sign in the elevator lobby, along with wayfinding and room names throughout the suite.
Jackson County Hospital
The signage design scope included exterior monument signs, building signage, and interior way-finding signs.
The building monument sign is mounted on a brick wall, anchored by pedestals that mimic the adjacent county building. LED lighting provides night illumination.
Toyota Center: Houston, TX
Private suite identification numbers created with cut-out back-lit shaped numerals.