Scott Payne is a residential Architect in Shreveport, Louisiana. Scott has a Bachelors degree in Architecture from Louisiana State University with a minor in Construction Management. While at LSU, he was chosen to attend the Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center at Virginia Tech and studied in Spain as part of the Louisiana State University Architecture Abroad Program.

Throughout his career, Scott has worked and studied in Louisiana, Washington D.C. and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. During his time in Jackson Hole he was a Project Manager for Carney Logan Burke Architects, an opportunity that allowed him to experience the true luxury of custom residential architecture.

Scott’s personal philosophy is to create timeless architecture that appeals to the soul. His passion for the “home” is apparent in all of his residential projects. Scott’s view that the home is an extension of oneself drives him to make each home a truly special place for each of his clients. Scott utilizes a highly personalized approach to each project in which clients are involved in the design process from concept to reality. This ensures that all expectations are not only met but exceeded.

Scott is a LEED Accredited Professional, NCARB certified and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been the lead Project Architect on architectural projects in Wyoming, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas and abroad in England. Scott has ten years of experience working with Somdal Associates and CLB Architects, both of which are AIA and LEED award-winning firms with works featured in Southern Living Magazine Custom Builder Program, Metropolitan Home, New York Times Magazine-Luxury Home & Estates Special Edition, Western Interiors (LUXE) and many more publications.

Services Provided
Custom Residential Architecture

Areas Served
USA

Certifications and Awards
AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Contact: Scott Payne
Location: 7221 Old River Dr.
Shreveport, LA 71105
License Number: LA 7572
Commented: bar stools Bdaniels - I am not sure where the client bought their bar stools. Scott
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Commented: Paint color The paint color was custom and mixed on site by the painter. I would start with Benjamin Moore Classic Color Palette or Benjamin Moore Historical Colors Palette. Best - Scott Payne
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