Barrett Architecture Studio. Name recognition certainly is important, but more than that is the personal relationship & personal involvement that we provide. We work hard to have great working relationships with our clients, contractors, building officials and consultants. Most of our work comes to us word-of-mouth, so that reputation is very important.
We practice architecture. Even with years of experience, we are still learning and improving how we work and how we design buildings. An attitude of constant learning makes what we do more enjoyable. In other words, we don’t settle for “that’s how we’ve always done it”.
Scalable studio. We can handle projects of various sizes and can add to our team if we need to for a more complex building type. This flexibility ensures the highest level of personal involvement on every project that we work on.
Solving problems. What does this mean? Our clients come to us with a variety of needs, both simple and complex. We find enjoyment in the variety of design challenges that our clients bring to us. We use design to remove barriers & create solutions for our clients.
Lauren Barrett, AIA
Residential | Commercial Design
Brian Barrett, AIA
Mary Sanders, LEED GA
Adam Kent, AIA
Rob is enrolled in Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture. He is taking a year to work and gather experience before returning to complete his degree. He enjoys music, climbing, and spending time outside. Also, something makes him think that Vulcan may be better than Rock City.