Posts Tagged ‘cathedral architect’

On All Saints Day in October of 2000, the design team was selected to begin the architectural design for the new co-cathedral that would become the ecclesiastic center of the Diocese. Working with Archbishop Jospeh Fiorenza, then Bishop of Galveston-Houston, a model was constructed and taken to the Vatican where he obtained approval by then-Pope […]

Ziegler Cooper Architects is pleased to announce that it has completed a $3.5 million campus expansion for the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Community. A well-established neighborhood church in the Garden Oaks subdivision of Houston, Texas, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Community has provided a consistent ministry for the area since 1946. Their recent campus expansion […]

Ziegler Cooper Architects is pleased to announce that it has completed a $23 million addition to and renovation of First Baptist Church, located in Pasadena, Texas, as part of a multi-phased campus expansion. The church began occupation of the current site in May of 1999 with construction of Phase I, a 68,000 square feet multi-use […]

Located on a beautifully wooded site in Cypress, Texas, St. John Lutheran Church & School engaged the Worship Place Studio of Ziegler Cooper Architects to develop a master plan for their 20-acre campus. The recently completed Phase I, constructed by Brookstone, includes a 25,000 square foot, 800 seat sanctuary that accommodates both a traditional service […]

A 50,000 square foot addition to provide new administration, adult education, a music suite, sixteen rooms for their School for Little Children and flowing 2-story commons to provide space to promote discipleship. A variety of dynamic spaces will provide great opportunities to build community. The design is to unify the campus, replace dated and non-code […]

Originally dedicated in June of 1958, Memorial Lutheran Church and School located at the prominent corner of Westheimer Road and Bering Street has grown from their “suburban” beginnings into a beacon for gospel proclamation in the heart of Uptown Houston´s Galleria area. The church has evolved with the city for over fifty years and is […]

As First Baptist Church grew, the need for expansion became evident, which included a new 2500-seat worship center. The western entry is graced by a campanile that sounds a welcome to the surrounding community. The design also established a substantial commons area to facilitate various church activities and connect the new worship center to the […]

Lakewood UMC is a well-established Methodist church in Northwest Houston. Our task was to modify their existing Master Plan and establish an aggressive program for the addition of a Contemporary Worship space, recreational facilities, an Early Child Care complex, meeting rooms and a significant youth complex. The design solution was based on the architectural precedent […]