Studio RED, Houston’s leading architecture firm, is excited to announce that Cope Bailey has joined the firm as an Associate. Cope has 27 years of experience in the architecture industry, specializing in designing non-profit, retail, educational and civic facilities. He is known as a creative problem solver, finding unique ways to overcome site, budget, and schedule restraints.
Cope graduated from Arizona State University and received his Master’s Degree from Rice University. Cope comes from a family of successful architects. His father, Ray Bailey, started Bailey Architects in 1976 and Cope worked there, alongside his father, for 22 years.
Studio RED Founding Partner Pete Ed Garrett notes that, “We are thrilled to have Cope join our team. His expertise is an asset to our firm, and his penchant for thoughtful project leadership will ensure he fits right in.”
Cope’s civic, academic, and corporate clients have included the Lighthouse of Houston, Howard Hughes, Fort Bend County, the City of Houston and a long history of successful projects with the Awty International School, one of the largest international schools in the country, since 2006. His areas of expertise include design, architecture, urban planning and redevelopment, placemaking, master planning, graphics and project management.
About Studio RED Architects
Studio RED Architects was founded in 2004 because of a desire to create an architecture firm that was different and better. The company is dedicated to creating innovative designs that can be built within budget, providing hands-on principal involvement throughout the entire process and remaining a client-driven company rather than ego-driven. Studio RED Architects is a nationally-recognized award-winning firm and was named the 2015 AIA Houston Firm of the Year.