Sustainability is a key tenet and integral part of our design process. Buildings should embody what Marcus Vitruvius Pollio defined as “Firmness, Commodity and Delight,” (Ten Books of Architecture, 27 B.C.). They should be designed to respond to a specific site, climate and sun course. They should achieve these principles in a manner that does not overburden communities, budgets or the environment.
At Boone Low Ratliff Architects, Inc., we strive to design spaces that accommodate the many facets of people's lives. We see our role as that of integrators. We seek to find the balance between the needs and resources of our clients and our world.
Our mission is to encourage our clients to imagine the possibilities and to help them achieve their goals so that they can get to the business of living.