Tracy A. Stone Architect is a full-service architectural firm emphasizing sustainable design in a modernist context.

Good design develops out of a successful collaboration between client and architect. We are committed to innovative solutions that evolve from this collaboration, as well as from a response to specific site parameters and local ecosystem concerns. Our goal is the creation of honest and durable structures that lyrically mix texture, color, light and materials to delight the senses, yet conserve energy and step lightly on the environment.

Services Provided
Architectural Design (both commercial and residential), LEED Management, Sustainable Design

As a full-service architectural firm, we work with clients from schematic design through construction to help realize their vision. We also help in the selection of interior finishes, and provide design of custom cabinetry, etc.

Areas Served
Southern California and beyond.

Certifications and Awards
Licensed Architect - State of California
Certified Woman-Owned Business (WBE)
Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Member of the US Green Building Council (USGBC)
LEED Accredited Professional
The firm has won multiple awards for our work
Contact: Tracy Stone
Location: 2041 Blake Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
License Number: C20219
Commented: what is the name of the coping on the pool? The house has been sold, and I am not in contact with the new owners so I haven't seen it lately. However, generally concrete will have some small cracks after a while. The cracking can be managed by...
April 21, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What is the name/brand and color of the flooring? Thank you for your interest! The floor is a natural slate product. It was purchased from Mission Tile West (626) 799-4595 in S. Pasadena back in 2005. The color was called "Earth" (#69). Sincerely, Tracy...
April 14, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Material Choices Hmm. Good point. However, I just visited the house for the first time in several years and the drywall and paint still looked good. They may have to repaint every so often?
March 19, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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