The Chi Small Animal Hospital is a veterinary clinic that integrates western and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. Its goal is to improve pet wellness by providing holistic care in a comfortable, serene setting.
Click here for a letter from our team on COVID-19.
As environmental concern continues to grow both nationally and globally amid the current climate crisis, Walker Architects understands the critical importance of designing for a sustainable future.
We’re a group of passionate folks who love what we do. We want to work with others who embrace challenges and believe that our most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work. We are actively seeking a talented Executive Assistant professional to join our team.
When we set about creating the new Walker Architects office in a former Big Boy restaurant, our team envisioned a space that would capture who we are: passionate, fun, and focused on design. Equally, our firm needed an open, flexible space that would foster collaboration and accommodate several small meetings or office-wide gatherings for presentations and parties.
At the project outset, visioning projected a fresh Student Health Care Center which would feel welcoming, innovative, and student-centric. The new SHCC would embody wellness in a holistic sense, a space serving the body, mind, and soul of all patients, whether in need of treatment or well care.
The Walker Team is currently in the documentation phase of the freshly designed Tax Collector branch, located on the north side of town on 34th Blvd. As we're adding the final details to the design, it's interesting to look back on the previous phases and see what held true throughout the design process and its evolution.
PAC-CLAD, manufacturer of architectural metal roofing and cladding products, featured Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium on their case study list this week. This case study details how we worked together with PAC-CLAD to develop a roofing solution that tied back to the university's existing campus architecture.
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Construction is underway at the ground floor of the Norman Library to transform the space into a fresh, functional home for the College of Education’s Institute for Advanced Learning Technologies.