PHILIP EWALD ARCHITECTURE

 

Philip Ewald Architecture is an award-winning design firm offering complete architectural design, site planning, interior design, and graphic design services.  We believe that well-designed, beautifully planned buildings create a superior living, learning, and working environments.  We are dedicated to the creation of beautiful, functional, and monumental buildings that make our cities and communities better places to live.


Since the firm's inception in 1976, we have combined exceptional design with effective business sense and a close understanding relationship with our clients.  We are recognized for our innovative buildings and for our ability to meet a client's specific needs and complete designs on time and on budget.
From corporate interiors to new development, from specialized medical facilities to hospitality industry spaces, our projects are as diverse as the people who work and study, live and create, succeed and grow in and around them.  As a firm, we work to design buildings and spaces that have a positive impact on their inhabitants and on the communities in which they are built. We strive to design an enduring legacy of beautiful monuments to the people and institutions who build them and to the cities where our buildings stand.

OUR TEAM

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GEORGE PARKER

PRESIDENT

PHILIP EWALD

B.A. Architecture, Kansas State University 1973 

     Cum Laude, second in class in Architecture

  • AIA School Metal

  • Texas licensed Architect, since 1976

  • Licensed Interior Designer (L.I.D.)

  • Real Estate Salesperson (R.A.)

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

LINDA POWELL

B.A. Architecture, University of Florida 1986

M. Architecture, University of Texas 1988

SENIOR ARCHITECT

KEVIN TIETZ, aia

B.A. Architecture, University of Texas at Arlington 2004

M. Architecture, University of Houston 2006

 

  • National Council Architectural Review Board (NCARB)

  • Texas Society of Architecture (TXA)

  • American Institute of Architects (AIA)

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TRISA MCLAUGHLIN