Our vision is to provide value through creativity and collaboration. To exceed expectations of our clients, our partners and ourselves. And to see unique opportunities in every project. We follow a team approach, including the owner in the process as much as possible. Our philosophy responds to the context of each project and balances form with function, budget and schedule.
Allen Brown has over 45 years of professional experience in architecture, planning and design. Mr. Brown is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), is a Registered Architect in Oklahoma and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED© AP).
Allen’s activities are focused on unique civic and community projects. During his career, he has been responsible for numerous landmark award-winning projects in Oklahoma including the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center, OKCPS U.S Grant High School, OSU Colvin Recreation Center, OU Everest Training Center, City of Edmond Pelican Bay Aquatic Center, Dale Rogers Training Center and Scott Sabolich Prosthetics & Research. Previously, he served as Partner in Charge of the Myriad Botanical Gardens Renovation Building Projects, SandRidge Commons, the Oklahoma State Fair Bennett Event Center, the Homeless Alliance SRO Apartments and the Pete White Health & Wellness Center with FSB.
Mr. Brown served as a Chair of the City of Oklahoma City Historic Preservation Commission, Treasurer of the City of Oklahoma City Housing Services Redevelopment Corporation and a member of the City of Oklahoma City Urban Design Commission. Allen is a member of Leadership Oklahoma City, Class XII, and Leadership Oklahoma, Class XXIII and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Over the years, Mr. Brown has served as President, Treasurer and Director of the American Institute of Architects, Central Oklahoma Chapter, and as Treasurer of the Oklahoma Council of Architects, the Oklahoma Foundation for Architecture and ARCPAC, Oklahoma Architects’ Political Action Committee. He co-authored the “Supplementary Education Handbook” for the AIA Press in Washington, D.C.