Unlike a traditional architecture firm,

conversation and critique are the essence of design within our studio.

As a result,

the best ideas of one are only made better by the input of all.

Who We Are

The formula for our studio is simple – everyone designs and everyone participates in critiquing those designs. In an ego driven profession, everyone here – from our principal architect down to our newest designer – has learned that being a good listener is the most important attribute of a good architect.

With us, the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts.

What We Do

Every project has to start somewhere. It really begins when the decision is made to move forward, and someone has to figure out a strategy for doing so. Experienced or not, the challenges for a client with a new project can be daunting. That’s why we take the time to walk you through the process step-by-step.

Strange as it may sound, design is a little like dating. You don’t learn everything on the first date. With the design process, as we and our client get to know each other better, a mutual feeling of trust is established, and with that inevitably comes a better design. That’s why we feel it is so important for prospective clients to select the architect with whom they feel most comfortable – even if that’s not us.

Our work is not complete when construction is done.  Our job is not over until everyone else finishes theirs.

Where We Work

With licenses in seven states and with national certification through NCARB, we can handle new projects throughout the country.  So if you have an idea and need some help from a user-friendly architectural studio with unique skills, let’s talk.

What People Say About Us

Trilogy is nationally recognized for our design, and that means people who do not personally know us really appreciate our work. That’s certainly satisfying, but what really matters to us is how our clients feel about their experience with us. At the end of the day, a satisfied client equals a successful project.

Even when our employees leave Trilogy – which is not often – they have nice things to say about their time here.