Based on gross billings for 2012, Studio RED Architects is the 24th largest Houston-area architecture firm.
This month the Houston Business Journal released their list of the 25 largest architecture firms in the Houston area, with Studio RED Architects at number 24. The list is based on gross billings for 2012, and features some of Houston’s oldest and most respected firms. “We are pleased to have been awarded a spot on the top 25 list again,” said Studio RED founding partner Pete Ed Garrett. “We are truly grateful to our valued clients, our great team here at Studio RED and those we collaborate with, who allow us to continue to play a role in the design of Houston’s urban landscape.”
About Studio RED
Studio RED Architects is an award-winning, Houston based architectural firm specializing in sustainable and innovative design. Since their establishment in 2004, Studio RED has steadily risen to the forefront of the Houston architectural community. With 11 licensed architects and 24 employees, they’ve built a team of architectural and interior design experts that caters to a range of project classifications, including worship center, entertainment and civic design.
In 2006, Studio RED caught the eye of an entire city as they transformed the Compaq Center sports arena into a worship center for Lakewood Church. When sharing about his experience with Studio RED, Pastor John Osteen commented, “They had the insight to know that creating an intimate spiritual environment for 16,000 people out of a former basketball arena was not only possible, but a unique opportunity. And, they made it happen in record time.” Other notable projects in their portfolio include the University of Houston Clear Lake – Pearland Campus, the Alley Theatre renovation, and the City of Houston Permitting Center (which was recently awarded LEED Gold Certification).