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DEVELOPMENT + HOSPITALITY


Pearl Brewery | San Antonio, TX


before: 1912


PEARL BREWERY REDEVELOPMENT SA N A NTO NI O , TEX A S

In 1883 the Pearl Brewing Company began producing its signature beer on the banks of the San Antonio River north of downtown San Antonio. The facility had grown to over 26 acres by the time the site was abandoned and put up for sale in 2001. The following year it was purchased by a local developer who engaged an urban design team that would implement a strategy that would ultimately transform the brownfield site into a 750,000-square-foot mixed-use village. The goal of the redevelopment was to create a sustainable live/work experience that maintained the identity of the historic brewery while radically repurposing key parts of the compound to accommodate new uses. The process began in 2002 with a placemaking charrette that sought to bring together developers and designers of similar projects around the country and engage them in a discussion about the potential of the site. A set of principles soon emerged that guided the implementation process that followed. The design team was charged with creating a self-sustaining village that offered a place for San Antonians to gather, visit, dine and live. All this would occur in a place where buildings were responsive to context,

climate and the history of the site. Pearl would be transformational and unwavering in its stewardship of its historic fabric, cultural resources and energy conservation. The heart and soul of Pearl is centered on extraordinary food attracting residents from all across the city. The development is animated with unique, local tenants with active users and residents interacting within thoughtfully designed interior spaces that spill outdoors onto plazas, patios and public spaces. client/developer Silver Ventures project size Master Plan: 26 acres Phase I: Renovation & New Construction: 67,000 square feet Phase II: Renovation & New Construction: 18,000 square feet Phase III: New Construction, 5% Renovation: 96,000 square feet recognition 2015 Congress for New Urbanism, Charter Award 2014 AIA Institute Honor Award for Regional & Urban Design 2014 Texas Society of Architects Design Award 2013 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects Award 2012 Eco-Structure Evergreen Award 2011 Texas Society of Architects 2009 AIA San Antonio Design Award


The key here is adaptive reuse. It’s a really strong model for inserting something new into an otherwise derelict neighborhood of abandoned buildings and turning it into something that could revitalize the neighborhood. 2013 COTE Jury


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Inherent in the project’s vision is a vibrant pedestrian-oriented community that reflects the MA S Tand E Rculture PL A N unique character of San Antonio. The design of the internal infrastructure ADAPTIVE REUSE has been carefully scaled and PHASE 1 _ RENOVATIONS detailed. Street widths were PHASE 2 _ FULL GOODS to reduced to 24 feet with no curb PHASE 3 _ movement. BUILDINGS encourage pedestrian To maintain thePHASE industrial 4 _ FUTURE character of the site, elements of the Brewhouse interior were RAINWATER HARVESTING CISTERNS salvaged and reused, including PRIMARY ROADS machinery footings which SECONDARY became bollards and beer vats PEDESTRIAN repurposed as water cisterns. 200’


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The Pearl Brewery has acted as a catalyst for nearby urban redevelopment and neighborhood revitalization. Located two miles from downtown and two miles from residential neighborhoods established to the north, the Pearl Brewery is uniquely positioned to reconnect these disparate parts of the city. Designed to interface with the River North Plan, Pearl is the north anchor to the

plan and acts as the terminus of the San Antonio River Walk Extension. So as to better connect the Pearl with the city around it, the developer contributed land to the city to create a 300’ x 80’ lake with waterfalls and restored wetlands that serves as the backdrop for the Pearl Amphitheater stage.


The Pearl Brewery has become a center for the culinary arts, with a total of ten restaurants. All restaurants feature chefs who are graduates of the Culinary Institute of America. In addition, a Saturday and Sunday farmers market routinely attracts up to 1000 participants while festival events such as the annual Tamale Festival attract over 25,000. Committed to being the home of unique local retail and dining establishments, the Pearl Brewery is currently free of any national chain store or restaurant, which shows a commitment to preserving the unique character of its place.


Pearl Parkway houses residential units as well as commercial and office space. The site is bicycle-friendly and encourages pedestrian traffic. While apartments, offices and retail spaces are all within walking distance to the Pearl’s campus and the River North extension, landscaped courtyards provide a relaxing respite from the bustle of the brewery.


pearl traffic:

10,000+ weekly visitors farmers market // 3,000 weekly visitors tamale festival // 25,000 visitors echale concert series // 18,000 visitors movie nights // 10,000 visitors burgers & beer // 4,000 visitors paella festival // 3,500 visitors


The buildings’ designs reflect a commitment to sustainability and are recognized for sustainable site development, water conservation, energy efficiency, materials selections and indoor environmental quality.

As well as being home to one of the largest solar energy projects in Texas, the Pearl Brewery site also uses innovative low-level illumination strategies to reduce light pollution. While the entire site displays a commitment to sustainable development, three of the newly constructed or renovated projects are LEED Gold Certified, including the Full Goods Warehouse, a modern retelling of the 1974 building’s industrial past as a brewery warehouse. Added landscaping elements help create a shady, pedestrian-friendly experience. While the site was essentially completely paved with only five healthy trees when it was purchased, 300 large shade trees and 250 smaller understory trees have since been installed on site.


No potable water is used to irrigate the landscaping on site. Instead, captured rainwater is harvested from four buildings on site and distributed across the site using pipes, valves and holding tanks salvaged from the former brewery. Parking lots that slope toward planting areas reduce site run-off while bio-swales, catch basins and the use of permeable pavers further reduce run-off and improve the quality of water leaving the site.


1221 BROADWAY SA N A NTO N I O , T E XA S Lake|Flato transformed 1221 Broadway into a unique oasis with an urbane street presence. The old apartments were re-skinned and their windows enlarged to allow in more natural light. The ground floor exterior now accommodates office and retail space on Broadway Street, while five interior courtyards link urban living with nature, providing forums for outdoor activity. In association with OCO Architects. client/developer AREA Real estate project size 596,500 sq.ft. total: 331,250 sq.ft. apartments, 79,250 sq.ft. office & retail; 186,000 sq.ft. garage for 600 cars construction cost $21.75 million; apartments: $95 /sq.ft. ; office: $120 /sq.ft. recognition 2014 AIA National Housing Award, Multi-F-amily 2013 Residential Architect, Grand Award 2013 Texas Society of Architects/AIA Design Award 2013 ULI Global Award for Excellence Finalist 2012 Builder’s Choice Award 2012 AIA San Antonio Design Citation Award


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LIVESTRONG HEADQUARTERS A U STI N, TE XA S After ten years of leasing space in a corporate office building, the LIVESTRONG Foundation found its permanent home in the 1950s Gulf Coast Paper Co. Warehouse in East Austin, an underserved community in the process of revitalization. Lake|Flato’s design for the renovated facility provides office space, meeting rooms, dining facilities, an in-house gymnasium, an open-air courtyard and parking for the staff of 62. Clerestory windows bring light into office space, freestanding office “boxes” of wood reclaimed from the site lend a sense of natural warmth, and concrete floors allow for an environment that is both durable and versatile. client/developer livestrong Foundation project size 30,000 sq.ft. construction cost withheld at owners request recognition 2012 Urban Land Institute Global Awards for Excellence Finalist 2011 AIA Committee on the Environment, Top Ten Green Project 2011 AIA San Antonio Honor Award 2010 Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award sustainability LEED Gold


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ARMSTRONG OIL & GAS HEADQUARTERS DENVER, CO LO R A D O An adaptive reuse of a 1900s machine shop is organized around a new central courtyard, bringing natural light and ventilation to the building’s interior. Main-level work spaces are organized within the existing structural grid of steel columns and exposed roof beams. Upper-level offices sit below saw-tooth roofs, recalling the industrial origins of the building. An open-air roof terrace is used for meetings and entertaining. Artifacts from the building’s past use as a machine shop were salvaged during the renovation and are reused throughout the new spaces. client/developer Armstrong Oil & Gas project size 11,416 sq.ft. construction cost withheld at owners request recognition 2011 AIA Honor Award for Interior Architecture 2011 Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award 2009 AIA Colorado Design Award 2009 AIA Denver Design Award 2009 AIA San Antonio Design Award


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ALAMO BEER BREWERY S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S The 18,000-square-foot facility is uniquely positioned as a gateway to a growing underrepresented neighborhood and as a catalyst in the urban revitalization of downtown San Antonio. Buildings are organized around a central gathering space, connecting brewery operations, administrative offices and beer hall structures crafted out of pre-engineered metal systems. Appearing as an extension of the Hays Street Bridge, its red rust-colored and warehouselike facade, consistent with the building’s industrial surroundings, makes the brewery a thread in an existing historic fabric. client/developer Alamo Beer Company project size 18,000 sq.ft. construction cost withheld at owners request recognition 2015 San Antonio AIA Design Award 2016 Architizer A+ Architecture + Details: Metal, Honorable Mention 2016 Best of Downtown Award


CIRRUS LOGIC HEADQUARTERS A U STI N, TE XA S The recently completed Shoal Creek Office Building is a 103,500-square-foot, mixed-use office building with ground-floor retail. Located on a busy intersection adjacent to Shoal Creek, this six-story building also includes a garage structure with 359 parking spaces. Lake|Flato served as the design architect for this project. In association with MuĂąoz Albin and Ambrose, McEnany and House Architects; interiors by Lauckgroup. client/developer Cirrus Logic project size 136,500 sq.ft. office (6-floors): 8,000 sq.ft. retail and dining terrace; 109,000 sq.ft. garage (359 parking spaces; 8 floors) construction cost $36 million


AUSTIN CENTRAL LIBRARY A U STI N, TE XA S The new library will establish a major civic presence and community gathering space in the heart of downtown Austin. It will feature a variety of valuable programming elements, including generous space to house collections; community meeting spaces to accommodate groups ranging from 4 to 350; a dedicated children’s area and teen space; and a satellite operation of Recycled Reads, the Library’s bookstore, plus a café--both fronting Second Street. Outside, a landscaped outdoor plaza and street front will provide space for a bicycle parking and repair facility adjacent to trails and parks. Integrated art works, interspersed throughout the library campus, will enhance this technology-rich environment with computers and other electronic equipment. A Lake|Flato and Shepley Bulfinch joint venture. client/developer City of Austin project size 200,000 sq.ft. cost $90 million sustainability seeking LEED Platnium


YETI® FLAGSHIP A U STI N, TE XA S YETI Flagship is an adaptive reuse project that breathes new life into a neglected historic warehouse at the foot of Austin’s Congress Bridge over Lady Bird Lake. Envisioned as a destination for those faithful to the YETI brand and as an immersive retail experience, the new 8,600 square foot headquarters for the outdoor lifestyle retailer serves as a catalyst for urban revitalization. The YETI brand’s affinity for celebrating the outdoors guided the project design toward closely examining the relationship between interior and exterior spaces. The result is a dynamic, flexible space that adapts to a variety of uses and events. The YETI Flagship design is thoughtfully integrates the repurposed building’s relationship to Austin’s newly implemented Barton Springs Revitalization Plan. YETI Flagship successfully celebrates the outdoors as well as the shared history of Austin, the brand and its founders. client/developer Yeti project size 8,642 sq. ft. construction cost withheld at owners request


SYLVAN THIRTY DA L L A S, TE XA S This new 24-hour, mixed-use development in West Dallas offers a hub of activity to the community, bustling with farmers’ markets, public art displays by local artisans, more than 200 modern studios and lofts, local retailers, a yoga studio, a full-service salon, and unique restaurants. Local organic grocery market Cox Farms anchors the site while an outdoor green courtyard provides gathering and play space for community events. Maintaining the scale and character of the surrounding industrial neighborhood of the near west side, the architecture of Sylvan|Thirty is unique for a Dallas development, opting for a honest and direct design utilizing materials such as stucco, metal siding and roofing, tactile woods, concrete and masonry. Situated on a previously occupied, 6.5-acre “brownfield” site, Sylvan|Thirty brings fresh economic vitality and a sense of community to a once-dilapidated area. Its arrival has catalyzed other nearby developments to spring up, generating a development renaissance on the city’s west side. client/developer Oaxaco Interests, LLC project size 197 units; 172,000 sq. ft. 50,000 sq. ft. retail and grocery pool, common amenity spaces, courtyards project cost 20 mil apartments $112/ sf.ft. 7 mil retail $85-110/ sq.ft.


H-E-B MUELLER MARKET AUSTIN, TEXAS This new H-E-B in the Mueller Development is an innovative model for the neighborhood. H-E-B plans to use this new store as a model for testing new, sustainable concepts. Program includes a variety of spaces at various scales: retail and circulation spaces, administrative offices, dining areas and outdoor plazas. An iconic entry feature is identifiable with this innovative neighborhood. Shaded trellises allow customers to dine outdoors and facilitate small community events such as music and performances. The project is certified LEED Gold and focuses on reducing energy and water use, along with new recycling programs. Plans included high-efficiency air conditioning, refrigeration and lighting systems, water conservation techniques, and drought-tolerant landscaping that will utilize reclaimed water. Natural daylighting fills main retail spaces, allowing the facility to open up and feel more inviting. In association with Selser Schaefer Architects. client/developer H-E-B project size 75,000 sq.ft. cost Withheld at clients request recognition 2016 COTE Top Ten Project Award


H-E-B MONTROSE MARKET H O U S TO N , T E XA S H-E-B Montrose Market is a 75,000-square-foot neighborhoodinspired grocery. It takes cues from the adjacent Menil Collection museum, creating a quiet presence in the neighborhood which makes use of existing trees, open space and interior daylighting. Montrose residents voted on one of three design concepts presented by Lake|Flato for the building’s roof and entry features. The building contains two stories of retail, dining and office spaces. Its design includes sustainable strategies such as high-reflectant roofing, water conservation, and enhanced indoor environmental quality through daylighting and natural ventilation. This market received the highest level of LEED certification among its chain’s grocery store locations. Outdoor areas include seating for café dining, a stage for live performances, and exterior exhibition space for the local arts and crafts market. In association with Selser Schaefer Architects. client/developer H-E-B project size 75,000 sq.ft. cost Withheld at clients request recognition 2013 ULI Development of Distinction Award 2013 ULI People’s Choice Award


H-E-B FLORES MARKET & CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS MASTER PLAN S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S Lake|Flato is designed H-E-B’s corporate masterplan and new urban market in downtown San Antonio. The masterplan includes three phases of development: culinary school, test kitchen, central market with adjacent public park, offices and research space, and future retail/residential mixed-use development. Integrated with an existing historic Arsenal building, the master plan seeks to create a new cohesive complex for H-E-B’s corporate campus as it doubles its size. Taking advantage of the seasonally temperate climate for exterior circulation, building’s are configured around courtyards and linked by a series of open-air atriums, portals and arcades. The Arsenal structure will provide architectural cues for materials and detailing of new and existing building. The design for the new urban market will reflect the adjacent historic King William neighborhood, creating a quiet presence and makes use of existing trees, open space, and interior daylighting. In association with PB2 Architecture & Engineering client/developer H-E-B project size 12,000 sq.ft. cost Withheld at clients request


CAMANA BAY MIXED-USE CAY M A N I S L A N D S Lake|Flato recently completed an urban block in Caymana Bay that consists of two office and retail buildings and a 375-space parking structure. The buildings are designed in a modern Caymanian character, and respond to the intense sun and winds prevalent in the Cayman Islands. client/developer Cayman Shores Development Limited project size 85,000 sq.ft. sustainability seeking LEED Gold


MUSIC LANE DEVELOPMENT AUSTIN, TEXAS The new mixed-use office and retail development is located in Austin, Texas. The total programmable area is approximately 140,000 sq.ft. of space with a large underground parking structure. There are four levels above grade spaces with a mix of retail, office and outdoor amenity spaces that complement the neighborhood. client/developer Clark Lyda, Austin Pfiester, Turnbridge Equities project size 163,000 sq. ft.


PHASE 1 Office: 12,000 SF Event: 20,000 SF Total Retail: 83,500 SF Retail: 29,200 SF Wine Tasting: 20,000 SF Bar/Resturant/Coffee: 34,300 SF Winery Production: 2,900SF Winery Tasting: 2,000SF Housing: 183 Apts, Avg 750 SF

CRESCENT LAKE

AMPITHEATER SAMMISH RIVER

CRESCENT LAKE

EVENT LAWN

COMMONS PLAZA


WOODINVILLE WINERY & BOUTIQUE HOTEL WOO DI NV I L L E , WA S H I N GTO N Lake|Flato is currently designing the master plan for this premiere destination, created through a confluence of unique wine, culinary, hospitality and fine artisan offerings. The project is envisioned as a destination of leisure and recreational activity with retail diversity and high-quality, distinct, unique restaurants. Other amenities include a recreation bike trail, a boutique hotel and an event center. The project will be completed over a decade and will include several phases, with selective leasing of spaces. In this regard, this development will be an irreplaceable resource of comfort and sense of community as well as a source of pride for local residents. The architectural character will be inspiring in its design, material selection and thoughtful details. In association with Graham Baba Architects. client/developer Legacy Companies project size 30-acre master plan


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HOTEL SAN JOSÉ A U STI N, TE XA S A 1930s motor hotel in an eclectic district of South Austin was transformed from low-rent lodging into a hip, modern destination. Rooms in the existing three buildings were restructured, and a new 16-room building was added in the former parking lot to create a central courtyard. This communal courtyard space serves as an outdoor lobby, lounge and pool area. Original architectural details, such as tile shed roofs, parabolic arches, arbors and porches, were repeated throughout the complex. Gardens of native Texas plants tie the buildings together. The hotel has attracted both transient visitors and locals alike, serving as a lively gathering place along South Congress. Harper’s Bazaar recently named Hotel San Jose to their list of the Ten Best Hotels in the World. client/developer Bunkhouse Group project size 11,360 sq.ft. unconditioned; 7,240 sq.ft. conditioned recognition 2002 AIA San Antonio Design Award 2001 Texas Society of Architects / AIA Design Award 2001 Interior Design Magazine, Best Small Hotel


THUNDERBIRD HOTEL & CAPRI EVENT CENTER M A RFA , TE XA S A haven for “culture tourists” in the west Texas town of Marfa, the Thunderbird Hotel juxtaposes contemporary design with Western touches. Built in 1959 as a classic horseshoe-shaped, single-story roadside motel, the 24-room structure was gutted and rebuilt to reflect a modern, minimalist aesthetic. Each room opens onto the vine-covered breezeway that surrounds the courtyard. Low stucco walls and a live ocotillo fence create a private oasis around the pool, which reflects the vast sky above. Stands of native plants and cacti anchor the hotel in its environment, and a latticework of salvaged oil-field piping shades the breezeways and poolside lounge with orange honeysuckle vines. An outdoor lounge with a fireplace for cold desert nights completes the complex. The renovation of this World War I–era storage hangar into a 4,000-square-foot community gathering and event space was the last phase of construction. Inspired by an ephemeral arroyo— Spanish for a dry creek bed—stormwater is quietly controlled through the garden to the town creek. client/developer Bunkhouse Group project size 4,000 sq.ft. 24 rooms


HOTEL SAN CRISTÕBAL B A JA S U R , M E X I C O The historic town, sweeping beaches, palm forests, stoic foothills, local farms, cantinas, and authentic Mexican culture form the ideal ecosystem for a more essential, reverential kind of lifestyle. A collection of three landscapes—beach, farm and hillside—make up Hotel San Cristobal. Adjacent to a 250-year old fishing village with considerable charm, the design for the boutique hotel combines a thoughtful approach to architecture that keeps the area’s inherent, raw beauty. Wide-open views are maintained throughout the complex to its natural surroundings. Technology and tradition are carefully merged through a thoughtful approach to design and meticulous attention to the timehonored principles of a balanced lifestyle. A nationally recognized team in planning, architecture, education and lifestyle design was assembled to ensure that each aspect of Hotel San Cristobal is skillfully and sustainably crafted. client/developer Bunkhouse Group project size 30,063 sq.ft. phase1: 28 rooms; phase 2: 62 rooms


CANOPY HOTEL SA N A NTO N I O , T E XA S A new 18-story boutique hotel dramatically transforms a longneglected urban corner next to the Esquire Tavern in downtown San Antonio. The design of the contemporary 197-room hotel incorporates and preserves a historic 1860’s limestone building and offers and expansive public porch to the adjacent historic Riverwalk. In an effort to create a “complete street” the design includes widened sidewalks and ground-floor retail to creat an inviting place for pedestrians. In collaboration with Gensler. client/developer Chris Hill, Chilton Restoration LLC project size 197 keys, 135,000 gsf; 21 floors 2 restaurants, bar and bakery project cost approx. $32 million


SILVER LAKE HOTEL LO S A NG ELE S , CA L I FO R N I A This Boutique Hotel captures the romance of the iconic the mid-century Sunset Strip. The 94 key hotel is structured around three urban courtyards that leverage the mild Los Angeles climate and the Strip’s urban vitality. Generous balconies and exterior circulation keep guest connected to the surrounding context and recall regional mid-century modern architecture. The program includes a 4-story hotel over retail, restaurants and event space as well as a 2 story below grade parking structure. client /developer Frost Chaddock Developers project cost approx. $20-25 million


SCHRADER HOTEL HO L LY WOO D , CA L I FO R N I A The 11-story hotel is designed to engage the surrounding neighborhood and connect to Selma Park across the street. The design leverages the unique culture and climate of Hollywood with a rooftop pool and amenity deck, as well as creating an exterior public courtyard to encourage more activity and community engagement. The hotel creates an authentic sense of craft and place with modern materials and artful massing that celebrates views of the Hollywood Hills to the north and takes advantage of views to the south. client/developer The Helen Hull Amestoy Trust project size 13, 765 sq. ft. 168 key hotel 84 stall parking garage


WE BELIEVE IN CREATING ENVIRONMENTS THAT ENRICH COMMUNITIES AND NURTURE LIFE

Lake|Flato Annual Family Retreat

Flake Lato, Annual Office River Retreat


FIRM OVERVIEW Established in 1984, Lake|Flato has designed buildings that respond to the culture and climate of each unique place. We believe in creating environments that enrich communities and nurture life through our work. In collaboration with our clients, Lake|Flato creates buildings that are tactile and modern, environmentally responsible and authentic, artful and crafted. The firm’s designs evolve from an appreciation for the pragmatic solutions of vernacular architecture, the honesty of modernism, and the context of our rich and varied landscape. By employing sustainable strategies in a wide variety of building types and scales, the firm designs architecture that conserves energy and natural resources while creating high-performance buildings and healthy built environments for the building’s occupants. With a staff of more than 90 professionals, Lake|Flato is guided by eight partners who create teams that lead each project from beginning to completion. A collaborative process within the office fully engages clients and subconsultants and creates a place in which ideas can flourish. Comprehensive and inclusive design reviews generate fresh ideas and firm-wide ownership of the work.

Lake|Flato has received wide critical acclaim. The American Institute of Architects honored us with its prestigious Firm of the Year Award in 2004, and the firm earned a Texas Medal of Arts in 2009 and was named a finalist for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in 2010. Ten Lake|Flato projects have received the national Top Ten Green Projects Award by the AIA Committee on the Environment, the highest recognition for sustainable design. In 2016, Fast Company named us one of the “Ten Most Innovative Architecture Firms in the World” and the LOCUS Foundation honored Lake|Flato with a Global Award for Sustainable Architecture, recognizing our architectural approach to addressing the needs of society. In all, our work has been recognized with more than 200 international, national and regional awards. As architects, teachers, environmental stewards and community advocates, we strive to elevate the public’s appreciation of architecture and foster the education of the next generation of architects.


RECOGNITION Lake|Flato has been recognized with more than 200 international, national and regional awards and featured in over 80 books and 200 publications. INTERNATIONAL

ARCHITIZER A+ ARCHITECTURE + SUSTAINABILITY AWARD Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion

CONGRESS FOR NEW URBANISM GLOBAL CHARTER AWARD Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Master Plan

LOCUS FOUNDATION GLOBAL AWARD FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE Lake|Flato Architects

INTERIOR DESIGN HALL OF FAME Lake|Flato Architects

INTERNATIONAL DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE AWARD OF DISTINCTION Main Plaza

ULI INSTITUTE GLOBAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE FINALIST 1221 Broadway Redevelopment Livestrong Foundation Headquarters NATIONAL

AIA ARCHITECTURE FIRM AWARD Lake|Flato Architects

COOPER HEWITT NATIONAL DESIGN AWARD FINALIST Lake|Flato Architects

ARCHITECT 50, TOP U.S. FIRMS Lake|Flato Architects - 6th Overall

AIA INSTITUTE HONOR AWARD Armstrong Oil & Gas Carraro Residence Hill Country Jacal Lasater Residence Pearl Brewery & Full Goods Warehouse World Birding Center

Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Government Canyon Visitor Education Center H-E-B Muller Market Livestrong Foundation Headquarters Pearl Brewery & Full Goods Warehouse Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center University of Texas at Houston School of Nursing World Birding Center

AIA/ALA LIBRARY BUILDING AWARD Great Northwest Branch Library

FAITH & FORM, RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE AWARD Congregation Agudas Achim Friends Meetinghouse

AIA COMMITTEE OF ARCHITECTURE FOR EDUCATION Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Carver Academy Cranbrook Kingswood Girls Middle School Francis Parker School Indian Springs School St. John’s College Levan Hall

AIA HOUSING AWARD BLUE LAKE Retreat 1221 Broadway Hog Pen Creek Residence Lake Tahoe Residence Lake Austin Residence

AIA/HUD COMMUNITY BUILDING BY DESIGN AWARD Carver Academy

BUILDER’S CHOICE CUSTOM HOME WILLIAM S. MARVIN HALL OF FAME FOR DESIGN EXCELLENCE AWARD Lake|Flato Architects

BUILDER’S CHOICE, PROJECT OF THE YEAR

AIA COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT TOP TEN GREEN PROJECTS

Miller Porch House

Arizona State University Health Services Building Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings

Mill Springs Ranch

BUILDER’S CHOICE, CUSTOM HOME DESIGN AWARD

BUILDER’S CHOICE, DESIGN & PLANNING AWARD 1221 Broadway Redevelopment Hacienda Ja Ja LC Ranch Story Pool House

ECOHOME AWARD Hacienda Ja Ja

ECO-STRUCTURE EVERGREEN AWARD Full Goods Warehouse

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN AWARD Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Cutting Horse Ranch Government Canyon Visitor Center Triple-S Steel Supply Company

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECT DESIGN AWARD 1221 Broadway Redevelopment Broadford Farm Pavilion Dog Team Too Loft & Studio Hacienda Ja Ja LC Ranch

METAL CONSTRUCTION NEWS AWARD Cirrus Logic Headquarters

METAL ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AWARD San Antonio Spurs AT&T Center

U.S. WOODWORKS WOOD DESIGN AWARD Friends Meetinghouse LSU Hilltop Arboretum

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS HONOR AWARD Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center


REGIONAL

AIA ARIZONA DESIGN AWARD Arizona State University Health Services Building

SAN ANTONIO BEST OF DOWNTOWN AWARD Alamo Beer Brewery Briscoe Western Art Museum

AIA COLORADO DESIGN AWARD

SAN ANTONIO GREEN BUILDING AWARD

Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters

Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center

AIA GEORGIA DESIGN AWARD

SAN ANTONIO TOMORROW SUSTAINABILITY AWARD

Georgia Tech Engineered Biosystems Building

Alamo Beer Brewery LC Ranch

AIA INDIANA DESIGN AWARD Prindle Institute for Ethics

ULI HOUSTON DEVELOPMENT OF DISTINCTION AWARD

AIA NEVADA DESIGN AWARD

H-E-B Montrose Market

Prim Library

ULI HOUSTON PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS (2006-2017)

H-E-B Montrose Market

1221 Broadway Redevelopment Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Arizona State University Health Services Center Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters Brown Residence Cutting Horse Ranch Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Friends Meetinghouse Full Goods Warehouse Government Canyon Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center Hog Pen Creek Residence Indian Springs School Lake Austin House Livestrong Foundation Headquarters Midtown Arts Theater Center Pearl Redevelopment Master Plan SK Ranch University of Texas at Houston, School of Nursing University of Texas, Visual Arts Center World Birding Center

1221 Broadway Redevelopment Alamo Beer Brewery Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters ASU Polytechnic Academic District ASU Health Services Building Blue Lake Retreat Bluffview Porch House Briscoe Western Art Museum Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School for Girls Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Full Goods Warehouse Government Canyon Visitor Education Center Hillside House Mill Springs Ranch Naples Botanical Garden Visitor Center Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center SK Ranch Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children St. John’s College Levan Hall World Birding Center

Alamo Brewery | San Antonio, TX

AIA SAN ANTONIO DESIGN AWARD (2006-2015)

AIA SAN DIEGO DESIGN AWARD

AIA AUSTIN DESIGN AWARD (2017)

Francis Parker School

Blue Lake Retreat

1221 Broadway | San Antonio, TX


LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT

LAKE|FLATO + THE 2030 CHALLENGE

Lake|Flato believes that architecture and sustainability are inseparable, and that buildings should be beautiful and affordable while promoting healthy living. With these goals in mind, we help our clients understand the necessity and attainability of a sustainable approach to all architecture. Since the firm’s inception 30 years ago, environmental concerns have been integral to our design approach.

Lake|Flato Architects is committed to meeting the 2030 Challenge and has defined a process and the incremental steps to achieve this goal. Lake|Flato and our consultants use a variety of energy modeling software suites to evaluate effective sustainable design, measure energy performance and document our progress relative to the 2030 Challenge. We are also currently initiating a PostOccupancy Evaluation program.

NATIONAL AIA COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT

TOP TEN GREEN PROJECTS

Ten Lake|Flato-designed projects have received national AIA COTE Top Ten Green Awards, The American Institute of Architects’ highest honor for excellence in sustainable design.

Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion 2016 H-E-B Mueller Market 2016 ASU Health & Wellness Center 2014 Pearl Brewery / Full Goods Warehouse 2013 ASU Polytechnic Academic District 2012 Livestrong Foundation Headquarters 2011 Shangri La Nature Center 2009 Government Canyon 2007 World Birding Center 2006 UTHSC School of Nursing 2006 LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE

Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion (certified) Alabama Gulf Coast Visitor & Interpretive Center (seeking certification) ASU Health Services Building | Tempe, AZ


ASU Polytechnic Campus | Mesa, AZ

UT School of Nursing | Houston, TX


April 2017

Lake|Flato Architects 311 Third Street, San Antonio, Texas 78205 210.227.3335 www.lakeflato.com Robert Hoang Business Development Director rhoang@lakeflato.com

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