Working with us
Whether it is an addition, a renovation or a new build we love working with our clients and helping them through the design process. We want our clients to love their home or work space and the end result. Sometimes the design and construction process can be difficult or stressful, but with the right team it can be fun and pain-free. Over the years we have developed a great working team of Surveyors, Soil Scientists, Landscape Architects, Engineers, Contractors and Designers to make our projects run smoothly. We take the most enjoyment in working on Historic homes or in bringing old charm and character to new or existing homes and we love incorporating one of a kind unique or salvaged items into our design. Working with our small firm allows an intimate relationship between the client and the design team.
Laura Bartee, AIA, LEED AP holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a minor in Communications. Laura is currently licensed in Virginia as an Architect. While at Virginia Tech, Laura studied abroad at the Center for European Studies in Riva San Vitale Switzerland in 2002. Her experience includes thirteen years of design with a focus on high-end residential and equestrian facilities with past employers including Barnes Vanze Architects and Tommy Beach. Laura’s early experience also includes 2 years in commercial construction project management. In addition to architecture, Laura has a passion for horses that includes breeding and showing on the local hunter circuit. She currently serves on the Building Committee for the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program and on the Warrenton, Virginia Architectural Review Board.
Luke Bartee, PE, LEED AP holds a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Green Engineering. Luke is currently licensed in 35 states as a Professional Engineer. His experience includes eleven years of design as the Engineer of Record for commercial projects with a focus on mission critical data centers. Luke’s early experience also includes four years in sheet metal fabrication and installation. In addition to designing mechanical systems, he performs Energy Star evaluations and LEED® analyses. Luke currently serves on the Saint James Episcopal School Board.