Studio RED Architects partner Pete Ed Garrett was recently featured in the Houston Business Journal for his take on sustainability, restoration and the renovation of Houston-area buildings in this tough economy.
Past trends of demolition and new construction are giving way to more environmentally friendly and cost-effective restoration and renovation projects in Houston. “In this economy, whether we’re architects, developers or citizens, we all need to embrace a new model of development in which we invest in the further greening of Houston through renovation, retrofit and reuse,” Garrett says.
Studio RED Architects is leading the way in sustainable renovation, with recent renovations like the Elder Street Artist Lofts, Brennan’s of Houston, Lakewood Church, New Regional Planning facility and the conversion of the 1948 Nabisco Bakery into the John C. McGovern Campus.
Read the article from the Houston Business Journal here and browse more Studio RED renovations.