Since 1986 Dan Brewer, Lee Ingram and Anthony Fuller have built a reputation for giving clients more than they expect. As you browse through our site we hope you’ll come to agree with us that architecture isn’t about styles, cool drawings (though we've got a few) or awards (though we’ve won our share). It’s about listening. About thoughtful, inspiring solutions to unique circumstances. About expressing the difference we find in every client we work for.
We enjoy variety and diversity in the types of projects we do, and believe these strengthen our practice. We design churches, libraries, health care facilities, and senior care projects. We're architects for housing, for museums, for the preservation of historic structures.
Dan Brewer and Lee Ingram have designed energy-efficient structures and passive solar projects. As early as the 1980’s, the American Solar Energy Society published papers resulting from their work. Lee has also taught a studio in energy-conscious design at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design. This experience has been valuable in our approach to design, and helps us to understand how buildings affect and are affected by the environment. We also acknowledge the current global awareness of ongoing environmental problems and encourage the use of products which are sensitive to those problems. Every principal, architect, and architectural intern in our office is a LEED Accredited Professional.