Burns and Beyerl Architects

(312) 663-0222

Services Provided
Residential and Commercial Architects
Licensed in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan
LEED Professionals

Areas Served
Chicago, North Shore: Evanston, Glencoe, Highland Park, Kenilworth, Lake Bluff, Lake Forest, Wilmette, Winnetka, Michigan, Indiana, Midwest, Montana, California, Jamaica, Nationwide.

Business Description
Burns and Beyerl Architects is a Chicago based architectural firm specializing in high-end single family residences and restaurants. Established in 1993, we have worked with over 600 clients to design and build "dream" homes throughout the United States.

We strive for the optimal solution for every design challenge to create enduring buildings that balance ideals, program, aesthetics and budget. We strive to maintain an exciting yet controlled environment for project development by utilizing a Project Check list that organizes our efforts and provides a qualitative measure of progress.

We also work with sustainable practices completing our first LEED Gold home in 2011. We are currently working on a LEED Platinum vacation home in Big Sky, Montana. Stay tuned!

Certification and Awards
Our work has been featured in Chicago Magazine, LUXE, New American Luxury, Trends, CS Interiors, This Old House, Better Homes & Gardens, Money Magazine.

2013 Brick in Architecture Award
2012 USGBC LEED for Homes Gold Award
2011 HBAGC Gold Key Award
2008 & 2007 Chicago Landmark Award
Chicago's Luxury Architect
Best of Houzz 2012 & 2013
1010 South Wabash
Chicago, IL 60605 
(312) 663-9552 
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If i understand your question, you are asking about the first floor entry roof, or possibly the upper roof above the windows. both have blackened zinc on the fascia panel (front) of the roof. the actual top of the roof (that you can't see) is a white rubber roof called TPO.
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Yes. Thank you!! Great work!
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The stone is madreperola quartzite. Unfortunately, most of the new material offered is much greener. I would suggest looking at taj mahal as an alternative
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We worked principally with Gary Beyerl and Tim Hawkins at Burns + Beyerl. The project involved the build out of about 4000 square feet of raw apartment space in...
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I cannot say enough about this wonderful firm. We worked with Cathy Osika and wound up with exactly what we had hoped for. They are extremely talented archit...
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BBA world did a complete renovation/restoration on our mid-century home. Ed Twohey did an incredible job and his knowledge surpassed our expectations. We would ...
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The Architects and Designers at Burns and Beyerl are true professionals. Their aesthetic and design approach is always thoughtful and unique. The best part ab...
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The Tile Gallery is a great company to work with. Not only is their staff very friendly and extremely knowledgeable, but they distribute a wide variety and pri...
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