Straight from the Studio

January 16, 2020

Celebrating 20 Years of Design Innovation

Architects Lewis + Whitlock is celebrating 20 years in 2020! While our project portfolio is a reflection of our completed work, we are focusing our 20th anniversary celebrations on our team, our goals and our future. We are honored to share our success with our clients, colleagues, family and friends who have helped us reach this milestone and who help us carry forth our vision every day. We are committed to fostering innovation and enriching the built environment through inspiring architecture. This is our mission to serve as we strive to continue honoring our shared values, serving the community’s needs, and creating a better built environment.

October 1, 2019

Third Quarter Newsletter

The new Envision Credit Union is now open in downtown Tallahassee, while the new FSU Student Union is on the rise and going vertical this fall! Read about these exciting projects and more in our third quarter 2019 newsletter.

June 24, 2019

Notable ALW Projects Nominated for AIA Florida's 2019 People's Choice Award

We are honored that our two 2018 award-winning projects have been nominated to compete for the title of 'Florida's Favorite Building' in the 2019 AIA Florida People's Choice Awards. The Jim Moran Building in Tallahassee and the Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion in Sarasota have each contributed significantly to their respective communities, providing innovative new designs and spaces. Read more about these projects on our Work page, and visit FloridaPeoplesChoice.org to vote. The People's Choice Awards aim to raise public awareness of the importance of architecture and its contributions to our built environment.

December 29, 2018

In Loving Memory of Ian Sommerfeldt | ALW Project Manager + Designer

Words cannot express the profound sadness the ALW family experienced by the loss of this incredibly special member of our team. Ian passed away on December 22, 2018, but will forever remain in our hearts and in our studio. He will be remembered for his kind and gentle spirit, his love for our team and his job at ALW, and for the creative passion and positivity that he brought with him every day. Ian displayed incredible work ethic, pride, integrity, and dedication in everything he did. He was admired by all for his extraordinary design skills, his attention to detail, and team leadership. Ian made tremendous contributions to many of our most challenging and notable projects, including the FSU Oglesby Student Union Replacement, Jim Moran Building, Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion, and so many others. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and to all who knew and loved him. Ian, may you rest in peace and always be remembered for the talented designer and true friend that you were to us all.
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