Recent Projects/Photo Gallery

Recent Projects/Photo Gallery

MERGE architects believes that architecture is as much about the successful composition of material and space as it is about improving the places we call our homes, our offices or the places we frequent.  Well designed spaces which capitalize on natural day-lighting, toxin-free material selections and free-flowing spaces have a tremendous impact on psychological and physiological health.  Our architecture expressly supports healthy lifestyles through our approach to open, flowing spaces which utilize as much natural day-lighting as possible supplemented and enhanced with artificial light where needed.  We are committed to creating as healthy and dynamic environments as possible from available materials and utilizing as many natural materials as opportunity provides.  We strive to merge purity in design with realness in material and experience.

Museum District Residence

Posted by on January 7, 2015 in our work | 0 comments

We are excited to show you a preliminary design concept for a private residence in the Museum District.

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Four Points Sheraton Houston West

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Four Points Sheraton Houston West

The Four Points Sheraton Houston West has given Merge Architects the task of updating elements in the public spaces in order to comply with the soft goods renovation requirements. In order to maintain and improve upon the Four Points vintage aesthetic, we are modifying existing floor surfaces, repainting wall surfaces , updating carpets, reupholstering furnishings, and replacing furnishings to comply with the PIP. In order to complete the soft goods renovations , we are taking nods from existing Four Points Sheratons in different areas of the...

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Meyerland Residence

Posted by on September 25, 2014 in our work | 0 comments

Meyerland Residence

We are pleased to announce the completion of the Meyerland Residence! This home was completed in August of 2014. This modern home represents the aspirations of the client, a family of three to have a modern residence where they can enjoy the comfort of their modern lifestyle and entertain their friends and family in a residence that is simultaneously livable and expressive. The challenges that confronted this project were numerous and the design is a testimony to collaboration, patience and faith that anything is possible when you employ the...

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Schmid Investment Corporation

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Schmid Investment Corporation

We have been chosen to redesign an existing two-story mid-century office building into a progressive modern medical office building.  Work will be focused primarily on the building envelope and will include some rework and new finishes solutions for the building common areas. The renderings for 9816 Memorial are showcased in the inserted gallery. As part of a comprehensive multi-building development concept, we are in the feasibility phase of investigating the possibility of a new three-story 50,000 SF office building in Coles Crossing,...

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Hoover Container Solutions

Posted by on August 29, 2014 in our work | 0 comments

Hoover Container Solutions

We are designing a new visitor entry, product showroom, conference and training center to their existing office space as well as designing an expanded front parking lot and monument signage on S.H. 6.  This 12,000 SF project will serve to improve their corporate image as well as provide for a much more intuitive and natural way-finding solution for their guests as this locates the entry to their offices now to the front of their building rather than the rear of the facility.

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Memorial Drive Residence

Posted by on August 25, 2014 in our work | 0 comments

Memorial Drive Residence

We’re excited to announce that the Memorial Drive Residence is permitted and about to commence construction.  We know that the owners are extraordinarily relieved that after 7 months of re-platting delays, they are finally at the point of being able to start the construction of their incredible home.

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Shadow Lane Residence

Posted by on November 19, 2012 in our work | 0 comments

Shadow Lane Residence

This home is designed to maximize the privacy afforded by the two-acre wooded lot whereby creating a welcoming, peaceful retreat and refuge from the busy-ness of life. Composed of an open plan and overlapping volumes, the spaces flow into one another enhancing the spacious feel of the residence. The home is designed in plan on the basis of the metaphor of the family circle. All functions of the main house are within the circumference of the circle and each bedroom is situated both inside and outside of the circle alluding to each family...

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Alta Mesa Holdings

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Alta Mesa Holdings

Alta Mesa Holdings (AMH) is one of our most recent success stories.  Brought in at the request of an office brokerage and project management firm in efforts to provide AMH a complete project team, we were originally tasked with generating a viable test fit (space plan) for 42,000 square feet of first generation office space.  Where several other firms fell short, we were able to quickly and succinctly understand their needs and present a concept that not only provided the most efficient use of the space but took into consideration, their...

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Enclave Office Building

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Enclave Office Building

The Enclave at Coles Crossing in Cypress, Texas is a two-story speculative commercial office building.  Situated on a corner lot at the entrance to a cul-de-sac, the challenge of this project was to provide the developer with a minimum of 25% coverage while complying with the strict 30 foot landscape setback along the two prominent property lines.  Our solution was a two-story conventional structural steel structure based loosely on a 35 foot by 22 foot bay module that minimized the building footprint and maximized the remainder of the...

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Adcetera

Posted by on August 6, 2012 in our work | 1 comment

Adcetera

In January of 2010, Adcetera was enjoying the relative comfort of looking forward to a somewhat easy purchase, renovation and end-of-July move into a building that they had located and put under contract.  Murphy’s Law went into effect, the building was pulled from the market, their contract which was initially accepted, was rejected and suddenly Adcetera found themselves behind the proverbial 8-ball and the mad scramble began.  Finally in April, 2010, a building of suitable size; constructed in 1947 as an office building and most recently...

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