Lunz Prebor Fowler Architechts

Our comprehensive approach to any project begins with a process built upon our four core values and leads to project success and client satisfaction.

Imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information

Good communication is the foundation of our firm's design approach. Collectively, the four principals have more than 100 years experience asking the questions that lead to optimum solutions. We believe that without good communication, there cannot be good design.

The act of combining parts or elements to form a whole, [the] manner in which such parts are combined

The best listeners and team players will not succeed if their designs are displeasing to the eye. Our projects are noted for their innovation and timeless appeal. Composition is also about selecting the proper team members with the proper expertise.

To work one with another; to cooperate

We understand that without teamwork, we will not excel. This is why we use a holistic approach to our design. “Whole Building” design is used to create a successful high-performance building. We apply the integrated team and design approach, allowing all affected stakeholders to work together throughout the project phases while cost, quality, future flexibility, environmental impact, productivity, and creativity are evaluated.

Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

Being a good steward of the land and our resources is a salient ideal at Lunz Prebor Fowler Architects. We believe that green building practices are not just marketing terms, rather, they are components in our innovative designs.

News

LPF Seeks BIM Modeler

October 30, 2013

Lunz Prebor Fowler Architects is seeking a technically proficient self-starter, who works well in a collaborative environment to join our team. The position involves production of 3-D Architectural Documents and occasional renderings as well as…

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Knowledge

Entrusting Your Furniture to a Professional

Published March 2013
by Heather Pell

When asked why furniture selection and bidding should be included in the architect/interior designers contract, I often find myself speechless. Most often, I hold back my natural response, "Why wouldn't you?" and try not to…