Two Row Architect has established design goals and parameters through a stringent review process of the comments, concerns and constraints we've encountered in numerous project meetings. We practice and re-invent these concepts, every day, to arrive at solutions that are contemporary, forward thinking and functional.

Cultural Planning

  • Design with Passion, Respect and Responsibility

  • Pay Homage to Historic Precedents

  • Encourage and Support Community Use

  • Blend of Indoor and Outdoor Space

  • Accommodate Addition and Expansion

  • Facilitate Flexible Use of Space

  • Suggest Master Plan Uses for Adjacencies

Designing for Seven Generations

Design for Seven Generations is the primary distinction of all Native American buildings, contemporary and historical alike. Historically, buildings were dependant on the natural materials and processes that were available in their particular climate and area producing an architecture that is indigenous and relative to its immediate environment. Using a Native American Methodology will result in a building that aims at achieving a level of sustainable development allowing for future generations to live with the same natural resources that are available today