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Firm

SMOOK Architecture & Urban Design, Inc. is a full-service design firm whose primary mission and passionate commitment is to enhance business or living environments through excellence in design.

Since the founding of SMOOK Architecture in 2004, the firm has been privileged to work with many distinguished clients, corporations, developers, and institutions across a broad spectrum of sectors and areas of specialization. Our clients have given us the opportunity and the inspiration to create vibrant and successful projects, both nationally and internationally.

SMOOK Architecture has the experience and the enthusiasm to successfully partner with our clients to achieve outstanding results, no matter how large or small the project. We fully invest our technical ability, our energy, and our resources into each new design opportunity. SMOOK Architecture’s strong design sensibilities combined with our project management skills ensure that innovative solutions will exceed our client’s expectations. We take pride in the collaborative relationships we build with our clients, most of whom have worked with us repeatedly over many years.

Our practice embraces a rich diversity of project types, including custom homes, multi-family housing, live/work facilities, assisted living facilities, retail/dining/entertainment venues, hospitality, academic, institutional, office, and industrial buildings, to go along with master planning and urban design. In addition, we offer additional services, such as programming, feasibility studies, prototype/concept design, construction administration, interior design, space planning, leasing documents, signage design, and the creation of tenant guidelines.

SMOOK Architecture maintains a firm-wide commitment to sustainability and “green” design. The majority of the design professionals at SMOOK Architecture have successfully achieved LEED accreditation, reflecting our firm’s commitment to a sustainable future for our environment.

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