Luckett & Farley is Kentucky’s Distinguished Architecture Firm of the Year

This year’s winner for Kentucky’s best architecture firm is Luckett & Farley.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) of Kentucky awarded the Louisville-based firm 2020 Distinguished Firm Award based on consistent leadership and vision, exceptional design, and the implementation of architecture that enhances the quality of our environment. AIA noted Luckett & Farley’s recognition through recent design awards and its ability to prosper and thrive through recent transitions as reasons for winning this year’s top award.

(Left to Right): Aric Andrew, AIA, LEED AP, President and CEO of Luckett & Farley; Nathan Smith, AIA, Design Director; Megan Bradford, Senior Designer; Dana Zausch, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Architect; Meredith Benz, Senior Designer; Paul Sirek, AIA, LEED AP, Architecture Department Manager.

Luckett & Farley was also honored by for its achievements in new construction and design, winning awards for an innovative bus shelter as part of the Louisville Metro Housing Authority’s Vision Russell Neighborhood Initiative and a proposed cutting-edge event space and tasting room for Rabbit Hole Distillery.

The firm transitioned to a client-centered studio model, integrating its talented architects, engineers and interior designers into industry-specific teams recently. By focusing on expertise, Luckett & Farley’s employee-owners can meet the nuanced needs of its clients and stay up to date on trends of each industry served by the firm including civic, corporate commercial and hospitality, distilled spirits, federal government, higher education or industrial clients.

Rachel Nix

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