Austin’s Clayton & Little Architects Expands to San Antonio
Austin, San Antonio: Award-winning, Austin-based firm Clayton & Little Architects is announcing its expansion to San Antonio. The organization, known for its adaptive re-use and thoughtful contextual work, already has several high-profile projects under way in the Alamo City.
Eater Awards 2015
We’re excited two of our projects made it on Eater’s 2015 Awards.
Restaurant of the Year went to the Launderette—we worked with a great group, Margaret Vera, Rene Ortiz and the team at the Launderette. Stone Cold Stunner went to Juliet—a collaboration with Mark Word Design, Joel Mozersky Design and the folks at Juliet.
Clayton&Little have joined forces with Urbanist in San Antonio.
Jonathan Card, AIA, the Principal and founder of Urbanist Design in 2008 and a 10 year veteran of Lake|Flato, has joined forces with Paul Clayton, AIA and Emily Little FAIA of Clayton&Little.
Jonathan will helm the San Antonio office of Clayton&Little while also serving as the Director of Design for the firm as a whole. Urbanist Design has been a key part of the resurgence of downtown San Antonio with their work for the Pearl Brewery Master Plan, Main Plaza Renovation, and various mixed-use projects.
Jonathan bolsters Clayton&Little’s established hospitality credentials with his acclaimed work for Cured, Local Coffee, Arcade and others.