Designed for a Vietnamese congregation on the northwest side of Houston, the Romanesque-style Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church seats 1,200 with room for over 300 overflow seats. Located adjacent to a freeway, the sculptural profile of the triple towers proved to be a recognizable landmark addition to this campus, which already includes two buildings and a replica of the grotto at Lourdes. In order to accommodate a challenging budget, the exterior is designed as a completed composition, while the interior is intended to be embellished with stonework and art over the course of several years.
2011 Golden Trowel Award, Honorable Mention for Outstanding Masonry, Texas Masonry Council Convention
2011 Golden Trowel Award, Institutional Excellence, Texas Masonry Council Convention