155 Mountainburg, AR Architects and Building Designers
- 15 N. Church Ave #102 FayettevilleAR7270150502
modus studio is an idea. It is an idea that the patterns, perceptions, senses, and notions of our daily experiences can create a process, a way to do things, which leads to architecture and good design. modus is built on the idea that relevant and inspiring architecture can be sourced from simple, everyday experiences. This conception allows us to depart from the general rule of form to create thoughtful architecture that begins to shape the present landscape and plan for a sustainable future. We believe the experience of architecture can be inspiring to all people in a daily and practical way. All people deserve good space derived from good ideas, and this is the mode in which modus studio operates. Our work is rooted in Northwest Arkansas, far from the nation’s fashionable centers of culture and art, where even decaying places have interminable meaning. We believe that through observation, the world reveals itself as an inspirational primer for design and an unwritten instruction manual for living. In a region where the terms rural and urban are almost interchangeable, modus champions architecture as a means of navigating the threshold between the natural and manmade world. We have chosen to embrace simple, low-tech design solutions to improve the quality of life for our clients and community. modus studio is a young, progressive, and talented design-thinking collective that bridges the design profession with architecture, graphic, prototyping, and fabrication work. We understand that there is a disconnect that often exists between a classic architectural process and hands-on fabrication. Thinking and Making should not be separate. A designer sitting at a desk can model something in three dimensions, but they don’t have the benefit of being informed by the actual making of the part. Our fabrication shop gives us the ability to feed on the prototyping process and fabricate things we really believe in, to the level of craft we seek, and within parameters that can be realized. As a design studio, modus draws inspiration from our region’s creative culture. We have made a renewed commitment to engage in the community in our craft through a series of community events. By opening our shop and studio to the public on a regular basis for educational lectures, hands-on workshops, and professional collaborations, we hope to position ourselves as a generator of artistic expression in our own studio and the community at large.
- 20 E. Center Street, Suite 101 FayettevilleAR7270145502
Bradley Edwards, Architect was founded in 2008 and is based in Fayetteville, AR. The practice works regionally on cultural, residential, and commercial projects delivering full architectural, masterplanning, and furniture design services for the public and private sectors. Our portfolio includes custom residential, commercial, civic, offices, retail, and apartments.
- 215 North East Avenue FayettevilleAR7270150501
We're architects. We design things - houses, religious buildings, commercial projects. We won't likely design any prisons or hospitals unless you ask us nicely.
- 1 W Center St FayettevilleAR72701
Flintlock is an architecture and landscape firm based in Fayetteville, AR. Our guiding principles are professional integrity, creative problem solving, environmental sensitivity, technical knowledge, and a goal of making design and construction clear, concise, and fun for clients. Flintlock thrives on operating with the team approach: bringing together owners, builders, and professionals in a collaboration of knowledge, needs, and efforts. Flintlock is geared to be competitive and effective for any size and scope of project. Flintlock was founded by architect + aspiring landscape architect Allison Thurmond Quinlan. Flintlock prides itself on its attention to detail and insistence that its designs get built well. The elegance of built work is the direct result of a thorough understanding of the methods and materials of construction and excellent working relationships with builders. Flintlock‘s work constantly strives to explore creative opportunities in every project, and to find beautiful, functional solutions. Its design process combines knowledge of history and tradition with fluency in contemporary technologies and construction techniques. Flintlock’s office in the Old Post Office on Fayetteville’s square typifies its focus on classic American design and vibrant urban spaces.
- 214 S. 2nd St. RogersAR7275650501
Edward Richardson Brya founded Brya Architecture with the belief that the pursuit of excellent design can and should continue through the construction process of each project. Along with our construction company Insite Construction Inc, we carry this design-build philosophy through the construction process. We know that architecture is richly varied, and is designed to satisfy a multitude of needs, but we believe the following are always true: 1. Architecture is site specific. 2. Architecture is client specific. 3. Architecture is expressed through the honest and creative use of materials. We apply these principles to all of our projects, whether large or small, commercial or residential. Brya and his firm have maintained a critical design practice that strives to create place specific projects uniquely suited to their clients’ needs. His work is a continuing investigation in the ways of building, and the ability to create meaningful spaces through tectonic manipulations. Brya has been a builder since 1995 as well, giving us an opportunity to carry the design ethos of a project through to the smallest details. The rigorous, careful detailing of the work has helped Brya be recognized with several AIA awards. In addition to his work in practice, Brya has taught at the University of Washington and is currently a member of the faculty at the Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design at the University of Arkansas. He has served as the Design Awards Chair for AIA Arkansas, and has served on design awards juries for AIA Nebraska, AIA Middle Tennessee, and AIA Central States region. He also serves on a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards committee where he helps develop content for the Architect Registration Examination.
- 211 N. Block Avenue FayettevilleAR72701
Eric’s love of architecture came early, thanks to an upbringing in the family’s homebuilding business in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Watching his father masterfully employing materials to create homes, and then taking pride and ownership in each project, fostered an early appreciation for the build arts. Eric earned a degree in architecture from the University of Oklahoma and moved to the Pacific Coast, working primarily on residential, hospitality and commercial projects. He spent one year at a San Diego firm, three years in Tulsa and Nine years in San Francisco, CA. As Eric has started to develop relationships in the NWA and Tulsa, OK region he also continued his relationship for the past three years as a consultant with Dorman associates seeing project though all design phases. While working within California’s more regulated building environment, with its various review boards and community activists groups, his experiences have developed ability to excel in a collaborative environment. All architecture occupies public space, and Eric’s ability to work with all interested parties is one of many strengths he brings to projects in Northwest Arkansas. Away from the office Eric enjoys hiking, fishing, playing golf and landscape and architectural photography.
- 2462 E. Frontier Elm FayettevilleAR72703
Relying solely on the design element of color seems lazy, when it’s possible to add interest with proportion, scale, texture, light, line, shape, unity and balance just to name a few. Also consider that most often color is the element you tire from most quickly. Our favorite space is one with a neutral color palate rich with layers of texture. While trendy things may be fun and exciting they date themselves easily, we always strive for the “bones” of the space to be timeless. Our vision is to create interiors with classic bones that are visually appealing and functional today, and in ten years from now. This transitional style has the warmth of traditionalism with the crisp calmness of the contemporary. Imagine the effortless eclectic mix of an heirloom furniture piece rich with sentiment juxtaposed with a contemporary rug or light fixture. We create spaces full of interest you can actually live in. Whiteline Designs’ style, neutral, but far from boring.
masWORKS is a design-build oriented consultant specializing in start-to-finish design and construction of both new and remodel projects. We are a licensed Arkansas contractor with over 15 years in the construction industry. Ours is a hands-on approach to making your dream a reality.
- 42 W. Louise St. FayettevilleAR72701
Philip E. Hadfield, Architect (PEH Architect) is a full service architecture firm located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The firm has a collective professional experience that encompasses a wide array of building types including commercial, retail, restaurant, franchise, fitness, residential, multi-family, religious, educational, and industrial design. Interior design services are also available. Keeping in mind the site, program, and budget, we seek to provide clients with what they need and ask for, but strive to give them more than they knew might be possible. To achieve the best building conceivable for their needs. If you are considering a new project, and would like to speak with an architect, please email or give us a call.
The Path we have taken in our architecture is one of both intuition and intellect, of exploration and experience. Each project brings new opportunities, new possibilities, while we constantly seek to find the balance between man and nature. The nature of man, materials, senses, movement, memories, our culture, and our institutions are at once a collective design force. We strive for a timeless, spiritual quality in our work that is not subject to the fashions of the day, but are rooted in the nature of their place.