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One World Architecture has designed a prototype house intended to provide a base plan for sustainable living in an urban context with affordability, flexibility, and good design as the primary criteria.  The house is intended to fill a void in the current housing market that...

It’s About More Than Curb Appeal A San Diego couple recently came to us with ideas for a major home renovation. Because they wanted to add more bedrooms and replace the aging front balcony on their home, they needed us to rethink the front of their home. The easy solution would be...

  At One World Architecture, we’re big fans of the LEGO Architecture series, a diverse range of recreations of classic works of architecture. The building sets include some iconic world landmarks — crowd pleasers like the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower — and they are...

One World Architecture is excited to announce our westward expansion with a new office in San Diego, California. Our office in Louisville, Kentucky will continue to serve as a stronghold, as we fortify our operations in San Diego and Chicago. We’re excited about our growth...

One World Architecture is excited to announce that we’re finalists in Louisville Metro’s "Lots of Possibility" competition, which invited innovative proposals to redevelop city property that suffers from vacancy or blight. Louisville, Kentucky has one of the highest concentrations of shotgun homes in the U.S....