Exoterra Architects, PLLC envisions the transforming of traditional design and development into forward-thinking sustainable design and development. An integrated design process is essential to maximize the potential for the most responsive design solutions. Our vision is not only to impact the aesthetics of a space or building, but to also work creatively within the parameters of budget, schedule, program, client preferences, environmental concerns, life-cycle costs, and other project goals. Exoterra Architects, PLLC seeks to impact our world positively through creative, sustainable design, construction, and Client services.
The Dental Office Design Competition: 2015–2016 featured winners
by Chris Salierno, DDS, Dental Economics
The Dental Office Design Competition is about more than gorgeous architecture and creative use of space. It's about getting inspired.
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42 Starter Homes
$400k Single Family Home
"Outstanding Design Efficiency"
$25M Mixed-Use Development
$5M Single Family Home
$25M Office Building & Visitor Center
Exoterra Architects, PLLC strives to provide exceptional design and consulting services utilizing high-performance, sustainable design and green building principles to create efficient, functional, and aesthetically engaging projects that are specifically responsive to our Client's needs.
$2M, 100k SF Tenant Office Build-out
by Keith Loria, Church.Design
Dr. Frank Gagliano, pastor of South Haven Baptist Church, understands the importance of community connection. Although South Haven was an established and active part of its Springfield, Tenn., community, Gagliano led the decision to grow the church and offer even more space for people to use.
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$475k Single Family Home / Net Positive Energy Home
U.S. Green Building Council
LEED for Homes Reference Guide, 2013 / 2014
Co-authored by: J. Mark West, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Little things can mean a lot in quest for ‘green’
by Stephanie Hardiman, Nashville Business Journal
“Green” is more than just the buzzword of the decade — it’s the color of money. Helping the environment doesn’t have to mean sacrificing the bottom line.
Savvy buyers now expect LEED-certified homes
by Bill Lewis, Tennessee Ledger
When it comes to new houses, green is the new granite. A decade or more ago, luxury amenities such as granite countertops in kitchens and baths became “must-have” necessities. Now green building practices that once seemed exotic are becoming standard in homes at every price.
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$1M Single Family Home
“For unyielding promo of LEED Homes Rating System and willingness to serve as an educational resource for the Chapter”
$8M Mixed Use Building