Charles W. Ligon studied at Texas A&M University and graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1964. He served in the US ARMY and stationed in Germany for two years. Mr. Ligon worked on his internship, with two prominent Architectural firms in Houston-Golemon/Rolfe and Neuhaus/Taylor. After passing his National Council of Architectural Registration exam, Mr. Charles Ligon opened his own practice.

Mr. Ligon is a Registered Architect and specializes in creative new homes, enjoys renovations especially classic restoration. He has designed homes in Houston and surrounding areas.

Mr. Ligon was influenced by prominent Houston Architects Birdshall Briscoe, John F. Staub., and New York Architect H.T. Lindeberg.

He volunteered the firm to a restoration committee in Comanche Texas, his native town, to enhance and protect existing buildings. Charles Ligon and his firm designed a memorial for the First Presbyterian Church and worked with “Friends of Historic Comanche” to renovate a Train Station.

Charles W. Ligon AIA Architects Inc. is a full Architectural design firm established in 1970. Mr. Ligon is versatile to interpret client ideas and implement them into a professional reality; we guide our clients through the design / conceptual phase through construction.

Charles W. Ligon AIA Architects Inc. has completed many residential projects in new construction, renovation, and restorations in the Houston area:
◾Memorial
◾Rice
◾River Oaks
◾Tanglewood
◾West University
◾The Woodlands
We strive to be versatile architects and exceed our clients expectations.
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Services Provided
Residential Architect, Architect, New Homes, Remodeling, Restoration, Custom Home

Areas Served
Houston, Memorial, Rice, River Oaks, Tanglewood, West University, The Woodlands, and Texas Hill Country

Certifications and Awards
Registered Architect, LEED AP BD+C, AIA Design Award, 2011 Good Brick Award
Contact: Charles Ligon
Location: 3100 Richmond Ave Ste 107
Houston, TX 77098
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