Revival is a great word.  It conjures many meanings, and we admit we like many of them.  But perhaps most prominently, the word insinuates something of the past coming alive again in the present. 

It speaks to our desire to see a renewal in the importance of design and craftsmanship.

To learn more about who we are, we invite you to read our occasional blog posts... but for the sake of being succinct:

  • We are more passionate about great architecture that already exists, than we are in conceiving new.

  • We feel more connected to building materials of yesterday, e.g., wood-mold brick masonry, stone, slate, old-growth wood, than the ever-evolving material trend of today.

  • We have an insatiable desire to learn the lessons of the past and put them into practice today.  Simply put, we have a deep appreciation for the way things used to be built--when our buildings were more a craft.

  • Though buildings today are far more complex than buildings of just a few years ago, the importance of building wisely has never been more critical than it is today.  By learning our history, we can become better designers.

Whether commercial or residential, involving restoration, a sensitive addition or a museum-quality period reconstruction, we long to be involved on projects where others share our heart's desire for great architecture--a building that is designed and built to last generations--like the ones we've inherited.

"There is no preservation architect I would recommend higher than Aaron."

William B. Worthen, Jr., Director

Historic Arkansas Museum, Little Rock

Aaron C. Ruby, AIA, LEED AP


To learn more about his resume & background, click here:

Veronica Lilly, CDT, CHC, CM-Lean


Jacob H. Evans, Associate AIA



301 Main St., Suite 203, North Little Rock, AR 72114

Tel 501-951-3316

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