Posts Tagged ‘Church 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 […]

First Baptist Christian Academy is a private K-12 school serving approximately 500 students.  The new building includes a multipurpose dining hall, media center, science laboratory, band room, choir room, art room, administrative offices for lower and upper schools, exterior landscaping and courtyard spaces for outdoor classroom areas. The new facility opened in time for the […]

Ziegler Cooper was initially approached by Episcopal High School to develop a new master plan for their existing campus, as wells as to develop conceptual designs for three anticipated projects, including a new athletic center, a new 1,100-seat chapel, and a new student center. Recently completed, the new Hildebrand Athletic Center is oriented central to […]

St. Paul Catholic Church needed an innovative way to renovate its cramped, one-building campus. The Master Plan included a 31,000 square foot addition with a fan-shaped worship space seating 900. All administrative offices were relocated to a specific wing. The existing church was re-purposed as a parish hall. In addition, the plan provided a new […]

As First Baptist Church Pasadena 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 […]

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 […]