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Central Oregon Custom Residential Home Design

While most of our work is commercial architecture, Ascent Architecture & Interiors’ team accepts select custom, single-family residential design projects on a case-by-case basis. We’ve found that creating someone’s dream home is a very personal process, so we currently limit our custom home projects to one at a time. This approach ensures that our residential clients get our full attention and design energy while experiencing a completely individualized process from start to finish.

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Our Team of Architects and Interior Designers

Architects and Interior Designers in Bend, Oregon. Our experienced and dedicated architecture and interiors team is ready to help you with your commercial or residential project. Contact us to learn more about our...

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Veterinary Architecture and Interior Design Services

Architecture is about buildings, but it's also about people. And sometimes pets, too. Just like you give your patients expert veterinary care, we offer our veterinarian clients architecture and interior design specifically focused on the needs of veterinary...

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Mendell Contemporary Residence Update!

Custom residential architecture. We took a quick photo of the Mendell Contemporary Custom Residence as we drove through the neighborhood. The home is under construction, and we're excited about how it's turning out! Are you interested in a custom home designed by our...

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Retail Interior Architecture: Bonta Gelato

Nothing's quite as rewarding as using our architecture and interior design skills to help transform a client's idea into a space that expresses that idea's character and identity. Often, we get to meet good people who are as inspired by their craft as we are by ours,...

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Architecture Update: Sports Hub Redmond, Oregon

Ascent Architecture & Interiors provided architectural and interior design services for Redmond's newest restaurant, coming soon! The transformation of the old Parr Lumber building in Redmond into a contemporary sports-themed pub is well underway. The Sports Hub...

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Building an Architecture Firm: It Takes a Village

If our architects, designers and staff look slightly amused in our cover photo (^^up there^^), it's probably because we're watching Principal Architect Seth's wife, Michelle, and a gaggle of Ascent Architecture & Interiors kiddos helping her out, including...

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Ascent to Design Worthy Brewing Observatory

Our Architects & Designers + Worthy Brewing = The Sky's the Limit. Well, we guess the cat's finally out of the bag on our top secret project! Portland Mercury has broken the story about Worthy Brewing's upcoming expansion in Bend, Oregon. We've been providing...

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Video: Ascent’s Habitat for Humanity Day

Building our team of architects and interior designers through community service. In accordance with our Stewardship Core Value, our architects and interior designers believe strongly in giving back to our community through service and financial support. Once again...

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Collaborating with Clients

Our architects and design professionals view working with you as a privilege. We put our clients' needs first as we design their homes and commercial projects. That means taking you through the architectural process one step at a time, listening to your ideas, and...

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Entry-Level Architecture Position: Join Our Team!

We're seeking a recent architecture grad to join our growing team in Bend, Oregon! This position closed on 6/29/2015. However, we continue to grow and are always interested in meeting architects and architecturally trained professionals looking for work in Central...

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Congrats to Travis on Passing His First ARE Exam!

Travis has passed his first Architect Registration Exam!   Becoming a licensed architect is a long and arduous process, involving education, internship hours, and testing. We want to congratulate Design Professional Travis Smith, Assoc. AIA, on passing the first...

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