Heartland Headquarters

The Heartland Headquarters downtown Oklahoma City project turned a long-crumbling surface parking lot into a seven-story mixed-use office building bathed in natural light. Located in the Automobile Alley Historic District, it is also adjacent to the Central Business District. Its balance of forms — inspired by the classic proportions found in many Automobile Alley buildings […]

Science Museum Oklahoma

Science Museum Oklahoma at Dusk

A venerable Oklahoma City institution, Science Museum Oklahoma is the state’s only hands-on science museum and one of the largest science museums in the nation. With the unveiling of a two-year, multi-million dollar renovation, SMO went from nearly shuttering in the early 2000s to recording its biggest days of attendance in its history. The renovation […]

Chesapeake Boathouse

Night view of the Chesapeake Boathouse

Completed in 2006, the Chesapeake Boathouse was the first structure to grace the banks of the newly revitalized Oklahoma River. Hailed by many as a landmark presence, the boathouse was designed to react with the water and to reflect the spirit of rowing in Oklahoma. A rowing shell on the prairie, exquisite in its simplicity. Today, […]

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center Oklahoma Contemporary’s new downtown campus stands as a unique cultural destination among the architecture of Oklahoma City, a sculptural expression of the nonprofit’s mission to provide accessible, inclusive arts experiences for children and adults. The 53,916 square-foot, four-story building, “Folding Light,” anchors the 4.6-acre campus, which includes a renovated 9,839 square-foot […]

The Elliott Residences

222 Residence The Elliott ResidencesMidtown Oklahoma City This upscale residential development represents an elegant fusion of Midtown’s traditional masonry with a crystalline glass façade looking toward Downtown OKC’s evolving future. Its eight stories add density to this a vibrant urban setting immediately north of Downtown Oklahoma City, newly equipped with streetcars. Each residence will have […]

PLICO at the Flatiron

PLICO at the Flatiron Built in 1924 by C.F. Meadors and originally the Como Hotel, this historic 1924 blond brick flatiron stood vacant and boarded up for 27 years. Today, the building stands one story taller – a graceful golden presence at Downtown’s east gateway. The project includes the renovation of the historic two-level building […]

Ackerman McQueen Creative Offices

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