New Architecture Firm!!!
Commercial Architecture (mid-size) and some residential
Yes, But minor variations are allowed
Medium & Small businesses / business owners. Some developers and residential clients
I'd like your help naming my architecture firm:: So excited to be collaborating with you all.
I picture a firm of up to 15 people doing mostly commercial (and some residential) work.
Typical architecture firms in Houston go by a name or initials. Precedents include Gensler, PDR, HOK, Kirksey, etc.
Names I've thought of and like: Cypress Design and Architecture (CDA). I like the reference to the beautiful, long-lived cypress tree. Only problem is it's also the name of a suburb where I live. Could be too location specific.
Third Generation Architecture; Could be TGA for short. I like the idea that buildings my clients commission will benefit people for generations. It's something their grand-kids could be proud of or benefit from.
Legacy Architecture: Similar concept. Leave a legacy with your impact on the build environment.
5-10 Studio --- I also like the parable of the sower; the man is loaned 5 and gives back 10. I want to provide that same service to my clients: giving back more in value than I take in payment.
That's what I've been thinking. Refinements, changes, and entirely new ideas are totally welcome!!!
Thank you for your help,
I don't want something too weird, that people can't spell or pronounce; should not be overly self important or monumental; goofy or funny is probably not a good fit either
1. Great service: attentive, we listen, we give you back more than we take in fee
2. great design; all employees and customers will get to enjoy great architecture; it benefits the business and the neighborhood for years to come