• Details matter.
    St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas
  • Jackson & Ryan Architects Market Square Tower 9 Sunsetrama
    We meet. Listen. Create. Repeat.
    Market Square Tower, Houston, Texas
  • Fresh eyes, open minds, blank paper.
    Children's Museum of Houston, Houston, Texas
  • HSPCA state of the art animal shelter and wildlife center by Jackson & Ryan Architects
    Your building should be personal.
    Houston SPCA, Houston, Texas
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  • River_Oaks_Baptist_Church_School
    Our common thread is, there isn't one.
    River Oaks Baptist Church School, Houston, Texas
  • John P McGovern Texas Medical Center Parking
    Referrals are like preferals.
    John P. McGovern Texas Medical Center Commons, Houston, Texas

Architecture is rarely simple. Our process is.

We focus our attention on our clients - to understand their vision and to appreciate what they're asking for, even when they can't quite put images into words. We put creative ideas on the table. As the design takes shape, we learn what works, then immerse ourselves in it until we make it work even better. In the end, we arrive at a solution that pleases and delights our clients. We look forward to doing so for a very long time to come.

Featured Work

"Each project is unique to its own program, site, budget and client preference."
– Guy Jackson


Barkitecture at its Best

dogs work schools, churches, museums, high-rise multi-family and other building types

At Jackson & Ryan Architects, furry friends make up a big part of our lives. All were invited to visit our office recently so they could see first hand where we spend our day when we are away from them. Our office was full of wagging tails, paw pitter patter, sloppy kisses, smiles and belly rubs. Not only did they voice strong support for our many new animal shelter projects, they also had opinions on our schools, churches, museums, high-rise multi-family and other building types as well. None were shy in letting their opinions be heard. They all agreed that our office was much better off with them, and that they’ll be back soon. ARF!

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