Steinbomer and Associates' architectural experience is broadly varied and spans 30 years of successful involvement in a wide variety of projects including numerous complex commercial, residential and institutional projects. Notable examples have involved renovations to occupied buildings, adaptive reuse of existing structures, and new construction of many facilities. Our firm's renovation and preservation work has earned us recognition such as the Award of Excellence in Historic Architecture from the Texas Historical Commission in 1991 and the AIA Merit Award in 1997.
As an award winning firm, we believe that great design starts with innovation, efficiency and responsiveness within the design process. Our firm focuses on projects in which we can share the client’s enthusiasm and dedication towards a successful and well-crafted design solution. Our experience encompasses many project sizes, from small residential additions to a downtown office high rise, as well as a variety of project types, from residential work to master-planned church campuses, digital and film movie production facilities, and historical building preservation and restoration. We have a long history of work in sustainability and green design, including a 3 star Austin Green Building Program residence, and are continually updating and expanding our knowledge in that area. Our work includes a wide range of architectural inspirations, including Texas Hill Country vernacular and mid-century modern. Most important to us is a quality design that realizes our clients’ emphasis on cost, quality and the value they assign to their finished project.
Our practice encompasses a wide range of building types and styles. We focus on projects in which we can share the owners’ or stakeholders’ enthusiasm and dedication toward a successful end product. As a result, our work is typically distributed almost equally among institutional, office, commercial and residential projects. The scope of our projects ranges from a completed high-rise office building with adjoining parking structure for the Texas Association of Counties (designed in partnership with Kell Muñoz Architects) to the new campuses for the St. Michael’s Church and St. James’ Episcopal Church and School, to the adaptive reuse of multiple aircraft hangars as film production studios for the Austin Film Society and Troublemaker Studios, and a variety of residential projects that vary in scale from screened porches to multifamily townhomes.