Who We Are:
We Are Design Thinkers.
The Lunz Group is a full-service architectural and interior design firm located in Central Florida.
We have decades of architectural design experience in municipal, healthcare, workplace and higher education, as well as other markets. We use a value-based, client-centered design process that is inclusive of all parties from the onset of a project.
After concluding a successful twelve-year partnership with the Smith-Lunz Group, Edward Lunz established the firm in 1987 in Lakeland, Florida. In 2005, a new division, LPF Interiors, was launched to continue the concept of a holistic approach to architectural and interior design. A second generation of leadership started when Bradley T. Lunz, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, GGP was named President in 2014.
In 2016, The Lunz Group acquired Graham Design Associates in Dunedin, FL. Graham Design Associates was originally founded in 1981. In 2003, its office location moved to downtown and has been a staple on Main Street since that time. With the acquisition of Graham Design Associates, The Lunz Group retained the leadership of Jim Graham and its Dunedin office location, maintaining an almost 25-year presence in the Dunedin community. In 2017, our firm opened its newest office location in Celebration, Florida, making us better able to serve our clients throughout the central Florida region.
Years in Business
Million of work in the last 3 years
Built with a staff of 24 degreed professionals, our team includes Mr. Bradley Lunz, AIA, Mr. Edward Lunz, AIA, as principals; Andrew Pavalis as the Dunedin studio director; Timothy Wagoner as the Celebration studio director; nine licensed Architects; and additional staff composed of Designers, Technical Personnel, Construction Coordinators and dedicated Administrative staff. Our team also maintains additional certifications and professional affiliations beyond professional licensure including three LEED APs, one Green Globes Professional, and one certified contractor. Not only that, but our team members are invested in our communities as well, serving on various committees, community boards and chairing local organizations for numerous causes and community development efforts.
Designing for Tomorrow
The Lunz Group has successfully designed and managed more than $285 million of work over the past three years. Throughout our growth in recent years, we have continued to maintain our adaptability and service of a boutique firm. Our size and locality to our projects allows us to provide personal, professional, and timely service to each of our clients, while also allowing us to handle several projects simultaneously and with ease between our offices.
Our projects are designed using a process built around our four core values which provide a clear and concise framework for the exchange and implementation of ideas.
we solve problems through the exchange of ideas with our clients, actively engaging in conversations that result in efficient, creative and valuable designs.
we approach the problem from a variety of viewpoints, providing more solutions and broadening our understanding of perspective.
a whole is but a sum of parts; we form our teams, spatial relationships and creative solutions by keeping variables in mind.
instilling practices in our company, creating solutions for our clients that last beyond the lifetime of our firm, the lifetime of our clients and continue to impact our communities positively for future generations.
“The quality of the facility assists in the recruitment of the top student athletes. We are a leader academically, and we want to continue to be a leader athletically. Now, when they walk on campus, they go, ‘Holy cow, this is amazing.’ And I don’t know that there’s a finer small college softball stadium in America.”
Athletic Director, Florida Southern College
The Lunz Group, Polk County’s largest architecture firm, joins forces with WMB-ROI A collaborative project among two Central Florida architecture firms sparked an idea to create something greater. Today, The Lunz Group and WMB-ROI Inc. announced they are merging as...
In an article published by The Ledger, Polk County Commissioners approved a 10-year agreement with The Lunz Group to create a prototype for future fire stations in the county. Over the term of the agreement, Polk County plans to design and build 13 new fire stations...
In this month's Bonnet Springs Newsletter, readers got an insight into some exciting design progress. A popular feature of Bonnet Springs Park will be a large tree house in the canopy of the old oak grove. This rustic, traditional styled get-away will be...