// arthitectural / Oklahoma City

Elliott + Associates Architects
Ghost Gallery


Building History: Constructed in 1911, the Buick Building was the first automobile showroom in Oklahoma City and began what is now known as Automobile Alley. Unlike most modern sales dealerships, this was a direct sales outlet built and owned by the Buick Motor Company of Detroit. With its limestone ornamentation and embossed name, the two-story […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Lingo Construction Services


Description: Located in the historic Automobile Alley District of Oklahoma City the design seeks to transform an existing 1930 historic masonry and steel building into a modern office space. The character of the 12,000 sq. ft. two story building, originally built for Sharp Auto Supply Co, had been diminished by thick layers of paint, historically […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Car Park One


Exterior Appearance The exterior of the building features staggered metal panels which function to screen views of the vehicles and provide airflow to qualify the building as an open parking structure. Internal ramps and screening vehicles from view is visually harmonious with the adjacent structures. The metal panels match details on the adjoining office building. […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Chesapeake Child Development Center 1


The client’s instructions were simple and clear – create a center for inspired early childhood learning and development for the kids of Chesapeake employees. In typical Chesapeake fashion, they wanted it to be the best – a safe place where parents and guardians could come any time to spend time with their kids and be […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Cafe 501


The design was for new construction of 5,400 s.f. with dining for 120 and a bar for 15. There is no private dining. The super-efficient kitchen has a wood-fired oven. The mezzanine has space for an office and storage. Key points from a discussion session with the client included the idea of fresh, local, fast, casual […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
R.B. Akins Company


The goal was to renovate a non-descript 1950’s warehouse into offices that reflect   the personality of the R.B. Akins Company, an HVAC equipment and service company. We chose to create a full building showroom where all the normally  concealed mechanical equipment is revealed and celebrated. The HVAC equipment that is revealed includes ducts, grilles, copper […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
RePUBlic Gastropub


You asked for the “coolest sports bar in America”. We have created just that! Our concept is developed around the “spirit of sport”. There is: power and grace, strong muscular qualities, a place with spectacle where you can cheer our team on with all your friends, a place for a comfortable, memorable dinner with signature […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Uptown Kids


The concept is ‘kids clothes as art,’ and art needs a frame, so the grid is an evolution of that idea. The store includes an airy, contemporary design that beautifully showcases the clothing and accessories. The store’s grid allows for ultimate flexibility in showcasing the brands exclusive to Uptown Kids.  The Goldmans also wanted a […]


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Elliott + Associates Architects
Turbinomics


These illustrations involve the search for a solution to construct a high-rise building that is energy-neutral, using windpower. The site is downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, 35.46 Latitude and 97.52 Longitude, located on the western edge of the Central Business District.  The block is located between North Walker Avenue and Dewey Avenue, south of Sheridan […]


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