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Directory of Texas Architects Who Design Church Buildings

If you are looking for an archi­tec­tur­al firm to design a church building in Texas, here is a directory of archi­tects who are expe­ri­enced in designing Church Buildings.

An archi­tec­tur­al firm with this back­ground has learned what works and what doesn’t. They also under­stand the unique needs of building in Texas as well as the local building code require­ments. This know-how extends beyond the design, to address key factors such as budget con­straints, best con­struc­tion practices, long-term per­for­mance and unique needs of church buidings.

We think you’ll find this list a helpful start.

Abell+Crozier+Davis Archi­tects
San Antonio

ALARIFE, PLLC — Archi­tec­ture
Austin

Archi­tec­tur­al Concepts, Inc.
Hurst

Architend LLC
Houston

ARS-Acces­si­bil­i­ty Resource Spe­cial­ists
Rowlett

Arthur Weinman, Architect
Fort Worth

Barham Archi­tects, LLC
Tyler

BBA Archi­tects, LP
Brenham

BR Archi­tects Inc
Richard­son

Charles Todd Helton Architect, Inc.
Spring

Content Archi­tec­ture
Houston

Context3
Houston

Cor­ner­stone Archi­tects
Austin

Daniels & Lovelady Archi­tec­ture, Inc.
Hurst

Danze & Davis Archi­tects, Inc.
Austin

DIG Studios
Houston

Domiteaux + Baggett Archi­tects
Dallas

Drewry Martin, Inc.
San Antonio

Durand-Hollis Rupe Archi­tects
San Antonio

Element Archi­tects
Katy

English + Asso­ciates Archi­tects, Inc.
Houston

FIRM817
Fort Worth

Fisher Heck Archi­tects
San Antonio

Fitz­patrick Archi­tects
Tyler

Gomillion Kester Zimmerman, Inc.
San Marcos

GSMA, Inc.
Houston

Halo Archi­tects
Lubbock

Heimsath Archi­tects
Austin

HH Archi­tects
Richard­son

HRO Archi­tects LLC
Cedar Hill

Huitt Zollars
Houston

Jackson Galloway Asso­ciates, LLC
West Lake Hills

Jacobs & Asso­ciates
Plano

Jennings Hackler and Partners, Inc.
Garland

JMN Archi­tec­ture & Interiors
San Antonio

KAHickman Archi­tects and Interior Designers, LLC.
Round Rock

Kirk­patrick Archi­tec­ture Studio
Denton

Kirksey Archi­tec­ture
Houston

Kittner & Pâté Design Asso­ciates
Waco

Larsen Dye Asso­ciates Archi­tects
Irving

Laurie Murphy Architect, PLLC
Fort Worth

Lewis Design Group
Galveston

Long Archi­tects, Inc.
Beaumont

Magee Archi­tects, Inc.
Fort Worth

MJS LIGHT
Houston

Neos Archi­tects
Houston

Oglesby-Greene, Inc.
Dallas

OTA+
Austin

Overland Partners
San Antonio

Oxley Williams Tharp Archi­tects
Fort Worth

Quorum Archi­tects, Inc.
Fort Worth

Rees Asso­ciates, Inc.
Dallas

Rit­tiluechai Archi­tec­ture PC
Dallas

Roe Design Group, LLC
Fort Worth

Roesler Associates,Inc./Architects
Houston

SLA Archi­tects
Wichita Falls

SLS Part­ner­ship Inc
Lubbock

Stein­bomer Bramwell & Vrazel, Archi­tects
Austin

SYNCRO Archi­tec­ture Studio
San Antonio

t. howard + asso­ciates archi­tects, inc.
Dallas

The Arkitex Studio Inc
Bryan

Thomas Archi­tects
Plano

Tittle Luther Part­ner­ship | PSC, Inc
Abilene

tma Archi­tec­ture
Fort Worth

Upchurch Archi­tects Inc
Brenham

Van­der­griff Group Archi­tects, PC
Midland

Venture Four Archi­tects, Inc.
Bee Cave

VOH Archi­tects
Austin

William Tamminga Archi­tects AIA
Austin

WKMC Archi­tects, Inc.
Corpus Christi

Wright Group Archi­tects-Planners
Car­roll­ton



When you are planning on building a religious building you have several unique needs. In addition to energy effi­cien­cy, sus­tain­abil­i­ty, and safety, Religious buildings are designed for a much longer life than most other types of buildings. The inno­v­a­tive Bautex Wall System is designed to meet the needs of religious buildings. If you are planning a one to three story building you should learn more about the Bautex Wall System to see if it’s a better choice for your project. Learn more here.