As a firm, we have built a reputation for being able to work with clients to dig deeply into their organization, develop a solid understanding of their objectives, and create facilities that clearly reflect their mission.
Several months ago, we decided that after years of using this focused approach to help our clients uncover and express their own organizational visions, it was time for us to engage in a similar exercise to create a new brand identity for our own firm.
Now, after some delays created by the challenges of working from home and physical distancing, we are excited to share the results of our efforts.
Designed to Learn reflects the growing depth of our firm’s expertise and our renewed commitment to the health and success of the communities where we live and work.
JESSE GARZA | GARZA ARCHITECTS
The new Garza Architects’ brand identity includes a new logotype and associated graphic vocabulary, along with new language for talking about how we approach our work. All of this is reflected in the new Garza Architects website, which will serve as a vehicle for us to deliver updates about our latest activities and share valuable information about new trends in planning, design, and construction.
The new look and Designed to Learn messaging reflect our role as one of the region’s leading providers of architectural services for learning environments, including higher education buildings and academic research facilities. They also reflect the growing depth of our firm’s expertise and our renewed commitment to the health and success of the communities where we live and work.
We look forward to continuing to live up to the promise reflected in our new messaging and visual identity, and in sharing more of our insights about the planning and design of learning environments with you on a regular basis.
In the meantime, please take a few minutes to explore the case studies, videos, and articles on our new website. And don’t hesitate to get in touch to talk about how we can work together on solving the challenge of creating learning environments ready for the coming decades.