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redline architecture regional + relevant

1119 Flores Ave., Suite 200, Laredo, Texas 78040

956.727.5391

https://www.facebook.com/redlinearchitecture/

tabernilla bar de tapas details from ceiling reminiscent of pallets to concrete tiles laid as rugs and the warmth of the tapas bar and hearth at the center core of restaurant.

BUILDING REHABILITATION

1119 flores conversion from 1957 era warehouse to professional office space

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE PLAZA  (under construction)

Over 53,670 square feet of professional and medical office space as part of a wellness and health centered complex which includes office, emergency room, rehabilitation clinic and physical therapy along with other proposed facilities as the surrounding community grows.

Professional office complex with individual storefronts
Sunscreens block blistering summer sun on west facades and pockets of landscape

FREESTANDING EMERGENCY CLINICS + MEDICAL FACILITIES + AMBULATORY CENTERS + PHYSICIAN CLINICS

medical facilities + physician offices

GOVERNMENT FACILITIES

OVER THE PAST DECADE AND A HALF, REDLINE HAS COMPLETED OVER 20 GOVERNMENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION PROJECTS THAT TOTAL OVER 134,982 SQUARE FEET AS ARCHITECTS FOR AGENCIES SUCH AS U.S. MARSHALS [USMS], BORDER PATROL [CBP], ALCOHOL, TOBACCO + FIREARMS [ATF], IMMIGRATION + CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT [ICE], UNITED STATES ATTORNEY OFFICE [USAO], FEDERAL PUBLIC DEFENDERS [FPD], DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION [DOT] AND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE [IRS]. THESE INCLUDE FACILITIES FOR THEIR TASK FORCES, INTERNAL AFFAIRS, SALLY PORTS, INTERVIEW, SEIZURES, GYMS AND DETENTION.

PLACE MAKING

Lacquered white cabinets to match sheen of nails and woven ceilings as braids to hair, the sleek style bar with all of its accessories and glamour on display in the true fashion.

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INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND COMPLEXES

industrial buildings including refrigerated warehouses, cross docks and customized storage facilities

RESIDENCE MAKING

ranch residence pool concept to a built environment beyond imagination captured one moment in time

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
OFFICE INTERIORS

golandrina food truck court

golandrina food court has been in the making for years. the owner saw the immediate potential with the adjacent city park and with the overall hustle and bustle of other local area businesses. this jewel was a diamond in the rough. without local city ordinances, the project had to go through planning and zoning commission in order to come to fruition. the city is now working on making the pilot food truck program into a city ordinance to encourage development.

Adjacency to North Central Park allows activity to flow between the two areas and provide a pit stop for park visitors and a perch for people watching
taking the local food truck hub to the next generation with more amenities and access by vehicle and by foot.
government service administration [gsa] + state agencies
commercial buildings

STAGE MAKING

In conjunction with the Laredo Theater Guild International, we have produced set design for over 17 productions over 5 seasons.

Society of Martha Washington Colonial Ball 2016 through 2018

Society of Martha Washington Colonial Ball 2017

cinderella

redline architecture

1119 flores ave., suite 200

laredo, texas 78040

956.727.5391

info@redlinearchitecture.com

Telissa Lueckenotte Molano AIA, NCARB, LEED AP+ Green Building Design and Construction worked with BNIM Architects as well as CRA Architects, later Perkins + Will in order to gain over 21 years of experience in the architectural industry. A graduate of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design with studies in Rouen and Paris, France, she traveled down the I-35 corridor from Kansas City to Dallas to her eventual hometown of Laredo, Texas. She is actively involved with the boards of Casa Misericordia and the Laredo Theater Guild International as well as the local AIA.

Juan Jose Molano, Jr graduated with a degree in architecture at the Universidad Anahuac in Huixquilucan, Edo. Mexico and is licensed in Mexico as an architect. His studies at University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, let him to CRA Architects, later Perkins + Will and eventually back home to his birthplace of Laredo, Texas. He has previously been a registered accessibility specialist with experience in assisted living, medical facilities and well as extensive code research and technical feasibility.

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