TreeHouse Memorial City is MetroNational’s new hub for commercial development. MetroNational Corporation is the developer of Memorial City, a large mixed-use development in West Houston comprising over 260 acres. The TreeHouse reflects the owner’s “work is play, play is work” ideology, and is an environmentally-conscious, flexible space that accommodatesthe needs of the surrounding community. The […]
Studio RED was selected to design Sawyer Yards, a part of a 40-acre master plan for a creative campus west of downtown Houston. Studio RED Architects designed the renovation of a 40,000-sf 1950’s dock high metal warehouse on Sawyer and Edwards to house new retail, restaurant and office space. The design maintains the building’s industrial
Studio RED was selected to design a 15,000-sf office building focused on blending indoor and outdoor spaces. A central gathering area anchors the space with high ceilings and clerestory windows providing an abundance of natural light. A unique curvilinear conference room provides exterior form and interior function.
Studio RED was selected to design an urban park and bring stability to the Sabine River shoreline. The boardwalk pavilion creates a destination for outdoor community events like parades and festivals and provides recreational space and safe access to the riverfront for pedestrians. The design is a result of collaboration between Studio RED designers Pete
Studio RED was selected for basic architectural design services for the transformation of the iconic Houston Farmers Market which consists of climate control retail spaces, open door canopies connecting the retail buildings, an outdoor plaza, and a site parking for approximately 500 spaces.
Studio RED was selected to complete conceptual design services for a mixed-use development located in the transitional Fourth Ward in Houston, Texas. The 25,000-sf, 4-story building features retail on the first level, studio/loft space on the second level and residential space on the third and fourth levels.
The new 15,400 gsf office building for Heavy Construction Systems Specialists, Inc. is more than the standard office building comprised of workspaces. The small project creates a fun, energetic, and creative atmosphere that embodies the culture of the company and serves as a catalyst for recruiting and retaining talent. Packed with work areas and collaboration
The Beaumont Event Center is part of a redevelopment, led by Scott Slaney, FASLA formally of SWA Group, of 16 acres in downtown Beaumont. The goal was for the new area to serve as a catalyst, counteracting the devastation of Hurricane Rita. This project is Phase 1 of a masterplan concept. The event center is
The 190,000-sf City of Houston Permitting Building consolidates city-wide Permitting, most City Engineering operations and the Green Resource Center into a centralized facility—a renovated 1920s former rice warehouse. This project has become the catalyst for a future municipal campus that is projected to include the police station and its support buildings and will link to