Oklahoma City, OK
The renovation of a 1906 building in downtown Oklahoma City gave us the opportunity to recreate a popular architectural style found in Oklahoma during the 1900s, and enabled us to offer our clients an excellent example of territorial architecture..
Inside, the space has quiet elegance. Outside, the building makes a stately impression. We were fortunate that the client wanted to make this type of commitment to both restore and recreate a piece of Oklahoma history.
This project was recipient of the 1987 Solomon Andrew Layton Award for Excellence in Masonry Design.