Turner Duran Architects

333 Cypress Run
Suite 350
Houston, Texas 77094
United States of America

Tollfree: 1-866-497-1040

Turner Duran Architects, LP traces its origin to 1984, when Greg Turner left the world of corporate practice to found his own firm in Houston. At the beginning of 2010, Jack Duran ascended to the status of name partner in the firm. For over a quarter century, Turner Duran and its predecessors have seen consistent, manageable growth as the firm focused on projects for institutional and corporate clients. Today the firm still maintains its focus in these same areas, as well as on basic architectural services; moreover, the firm has grown to handle projects ranging from under one million dollars in construction cost into the tens of millions.

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Going Vertical with Church Design

The six-story tall glass-enclosed entrance, looming over the entire church complex, commands presence along the freeway and in nearby neighborhoods, and greets congregants and visitors alike to this multi-building campus in a booming part of the metropolitan Houston region.


Economy-Friendly Pre-Engineered Structure Is Home for Immigrant-Based Church

The new worship center for a congregation of the Redeemed Christian Church of God serves the Nigerian immigrant community west of Houston. Through modern technology and state-of-the-art facilities this Christian body is now able to spread their Christian message in a new community-centric building.


Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church

A design of visual power which belies the modest size of the overall structure, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church draws upon the cultural heritage of the congregation’s Mexican-American community to meet client goals, in the process reaching beyond to communicate the pride, achievement, and devotion of its congregation.


Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church boasts a design of visual power that belies the modest size of its structure. The building’s design is built upon the cultural heritage of the congregation’s Mexican-American community. The facility reflects the pride, achievement, and devotion of the Our Lady of Guadalupe congregation.