Texas residential architect and interior designer Steve Chambers specializes in collaborative design, focusing on the dreams of his clients. His homes are a reflection of the personality of the owners, not a portrait of the architect.
Modern. New-Historical. Preservation.
Architectural & Interior Design with a focus on you.
“Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed about what my “house” would look like…it’s even better than I ever imagined. You have such a passion for creating beautiful architecture and homes. Your personable, unpretentious approach to understanding the client’s vision of what “home” looks like is uncanny- it’s the ultimate puzzle and somehow you are able to put all the pieces together.“
– Katy McGee, West Texas Client
Every new custom home that Steve Chambers Architects designs starts with listening to the client. To this, Steve adds his professional design expertise. The result of these client/architect collaborations are homes as unique and individual as the people living in them. The end result is one that neither the client nor the architect can conceive alone.
In this context of collaborative, creative problem solving, the paradigm shifts from the architect as ‘all-knowing about what the client should want’ to what Chambers Architects considers good architecture: design that originates from determining the needs of the client and how the design will be used by its owners. Custom home designs Steve created with his clients.
It’s about expanding the view of things, opening up, looking inwardly and outwardly, zooming out or zooming in on details of life and nature.
Residential architect Steve Chambers
Steve Chambers’ architecture is timeless, elegant, and suited to fit the individual needs and desires of each client. “Creating the feeling of home has nothing to do with a house’s size, nor does it require a particular style. It has to do with the character, quality, and details within the three-dimensional space. Hiring an architect helps the client achieve truly customized living spaces and creates a structure that can inspire its inhabitants everyday.”