Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
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What can we design for you?
When Warren Architecture was honored with two “Best of 2014” awards from Houzz.com – for both “Design” and “Customer Service” – and again in 2015, 2016 and 2017 for "Design" and recently in 2018 for "Service", it confirmed the tandem vision that their principal architect, Patricia Warren, has championed for years: Using fresh, original designs that, instead of feeding an architect’s ego, fulfill the needs of the client. Though her work is frequently lauded for its beauty, Patricia is fond of saying:

“The most important thing an architect can do is listen.”

Every design at Warren Architecture starts with an interview to ascertain the clients’ visions. “I’ll always strive to elevate your sense of design,” Patricia says, “but it’s your home. I’m going to design what you need.”

Equally adept at new home construction and additions/renovations, the work of Warren Architecture spans the United States – from the hot climes of the desert Southwest to the chilly coasts of New England. Employing a broad palette of styles, the firm has created: homes and vacation homes; formal dining rooms and libraries; great rooms and family rooms; kitchen remodels and bathroom remodels; sunroom additions and master bedrooms; patio/deck designs and front entries. No project has proven too large or too small to not merit Warren’s unique aesthetic touch.

A touch which, yes, starts with an interview – but that’s just the beginning of a truly collaborative process. That first interview crystallizes into a written program, and from that chrysalis springs the three-dimensional space co-envisioned by architect and client: a space which integrates the new construction with the original site, integrates nature and home… but also melds vision with budget. Warren Architecture works closely with the contractor throughout the construction process, ensuring that the client receives exactly what they envisioned, at the price they expected.

For Warren, architectural design art isn’t just a profession – it’s personal: The renovation of the Tucson home owned by Patricia and her husband, Craig, was featured in the December 2012 issue of Tucson Lifestyle Home & Garden.

So: What can we design for you?

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Universal Design

Areas Served
Casas Adobes, Catalina Foothills, Drexel Heights, Flowing Wells, Oro Valley, Tucson, Tucson Estates, Valencia West

Certifications and Awards
Member of AIA, National Historic Preservation Trust, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Eight Time Best of Houzz Award Winner-Tucson Metro Architect

Contact: Patricia Warren
Location: 4430 W. Westhaven Circle
Tucson, AZ 85745
License Number: AZ: 47364, CT: ARI.0003589
Commented: Can you tell me about the countertops? The countertops are Silestone, the color is "Istmo". Patty Warren, Warren Architecture, LLC
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Commented: where do I find the Art Deco mirror? The mirror came from the Mirror Co-op. They will custom make any shape and size you like. https://mirrorcoop.com/deco-mirror
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Commented: What is that gorgeous ceiling fan? The fan is by Fanimation, the model is Centaurus with "bent blades".
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Commented: Cabinets. It is the stove that was in the house when my clients bought the house. We had it refurbished and cleaned.
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Commented: Bar stool! The bar stools are vintage from the 1950's, my husband found them on Ebay about 8 years ago. They are very hard to find now, but if you want to look on Ebay, good luck! They are not inexpensive.
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Commented: What is the depth of the overhang? What is the ht. of the counter? Thx The height of the wood countertop is 45" above the finished floor. The depth of the overhang is 13 inches.
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