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Bob Harris

Our minds are pre-programmed to read and respond to certain patterns and elements found within the natural world.  However, in contemporary society we more and more often find ourselves living in nature deprived conditions, in places divorced from the nature context we subconsciously desire.  Perhaps designers of the built environment can learn to reconnect people to the patterns of nature triggering aesthetic responses that speak to our inner spirit and our innate sense of beauty. Click to Read More


Better Know an LF’er: Patrick Burnham

Posted by on 2/20/13 at 02:58pm

Patrick joined Lake Flato destined to be “The” Georgia Tech intern, and the 220,000 sq. ft. lab building has kept him busy. His influence on the building is immediately visible; Patrick is responsible for the three story frit pattern on the building’s north façade.  Click to Read More

Grace Boudewyns

The Story: Our building was built in 1920, originally designed for a Hupmobile dealership selling electric cars. Previous tenants include a black gospel radio station, a law firm, an investment banking firm, and interior design firm. At one time, the FBI also occupied the garage. Sprinkle-Robey designed the notorious “egg” for a graphic design firm that once occupied the first floor south studio. In 1985, David and Ted bought partial ownership in Click to Read More

Laura Kaupp

Late Nite at the Hunt Gallery

Posted by on 2/14/13 at 11:01am

And if that’s not enought to convince you, I bought one last night and feel like a celebrity.  Stay tuned for the hanging party…I am taking votes for the lucky wall! Click to Read More


Playful Design

Posted by on 2/12/13 at 05:09pm
Signage by Pentagram

While in Pittsburgh, I had the opportunity to stop by the Children’s Museum. Once housed in the Old Post Office building, the museum expanded in 2004 taking full advantage of the nearby Buhl Planetarium. Click to Read More


Architecture of the Louisiana Bayou

Posted by on 2/4/13 at 09:10am

Recently a friend and I took a trip out to New Orleans. After a couple of days in the city we decided to venture out and explore the world of the Louisiana Bayou. Expecting to encounter a few alligators and turtles, we soon discovered that these creatures weren’t all the swamps had to offer. Click to Read More


Better Know an LF’er : Matt Morris

Posted by on 2/1/13 at 08:00am

“Every morning without fail Mr. Morris brightens our day as he strolls through the studio and greets each of us with a smile, a “Good Morning!”  and “How are you today?” .  He is Click to Read More

Rand Pinson

Digital Pin-up: Camana Bay 18 Forum

Posted by on 1/30/13 at 11:55am

“18 Forum” will soon be the newest addition to Camana Bay, a mixed use development on Grand Cayman Island. The 85,000 square foot building will provide office space on the upper floor and retail space at the street level. The building aims to reinforce the general Click to Read More

Robert Hoang

HEB Montrose awarded twice at ULI Gala

Posted by on 1/30/13 at 09:42am

Our design of HEB Montrose was honored last night with the 2013 Urban Land Institute Development of Distinction Award at a ceremony in Houston.This annual awards Click to Read More


Montessori School of SA Community Charrette

Posted by on 1/28/13 at 04:22pm

Two Mondays ago, Greg, Cameron and I met up for a kick-off charrette with the parents of the Montessori  School of San Antonio. The crowd of 40+ split into tables of 6 – 8 and participated in a three-part exercise that would spark imagination and help us understand what is important to the Montessori community. Click to Read More