Placemaking through architecture


Page delivers exceptional facilities, plans, and identities that are attuned to our clients’ unique requirements. With cities, counties, regional agencies, foundations, community enterprises, and arts and cultural institutions, we begin with their missions to champion design that makes lives better.

Since its inception at the end of the 19th century, beginning with public buildings, Page has recognized the importance of unifying people and cultures around well-designed places and spaces. The firm has amassed an unparalleled heritage of public architecture that includes expertise in city and county complexes; law enforcement and evidence-handling facilities; parks; libraries; and non-profit headquarters. We offer a depth of experience in existing and historic resources, enabling organizations and communities to reposition themselves for community transformation.

Our Planning, Strategies, & Analytics team works with civic, cultural, and community organizations to define program and space needs, articulate strategic plans, and develop long-range master plans. Our Branding & Graphics team helps unify cultural organizations around a common identity to advance their causes.

Page offers deep experience in engaging communities and organizations, using an array of proven planning and engagement tools facilitating dialog and consensus among diverse communities, and ensuring genuine opportunities for meaningful input. We utilize planning and analytical tools that facilitate up-front decision-making that “sticks,” allowing a streamlined project process. Together with our clients, we articulate a vision and execute a strategy to further their message and purpose. Our proven record of innovation has resulted in award-winning public projects that have influenced the communities in which they’re located.

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Areas of Expertise


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Civic / Community / Culture Leadership

Wendy Heger


Barbara Maloney

Carla Fraser

Branding & Graphics Director

Daniel Brooks

Ryan Losch

Urban Designer

Jamie Flatt

Strategic Consultant

Robert V. Perry


Featured Clients

  • Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts
  • BakerRipley (Community Organization)
  • Bay Area Rapid Transit Agency
  • Christ Church Cathedral Houston
  • City and County of Denver, Colorado
  • City and County of San Francisco, California
  • City of Austin, Texas
  • City of Falls Church, Virginia
  • City of Folsom Historic District, California
  • City of Houston, Texas
  • City of Oroville Arts/Culture District, California
  • City of Palo Alto, California
  • City of Round Rock, Texas
  • City of San Antonio, Texas
  • Galveston County, Texas
  • Harris County, Texas
  • Holdsworth Foundation
  • KUT Public Media
  • Loudon County, Virginia
  • Pease Park Conservancy
  • Port of San Francisco, California
  • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority
  • Texas Department of Criminal Justice
  • Texas Facilities Commission
  • Travis County, Texas
  • Washington Union Station (DC)

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