The Warner Group Architects, Inc. is committed to focusing on innovative solutions that exceed the projects needs and expectations, from concept to completion. Successful projects go beyond the immediate and obvious needs. They require a balance of creativity and commitment to serve the long-term interest of the client, the environment and the end user.
The Warner Group Architects, Inc. specializes in maximizing the potential of challenging sites, and the firm’s projects encompass nearly every architectural style. From classical to modern, Italian villa to French Chateau, their homes are clean, strong and bold - sometimes traditional, sometimes contemporary - but never trendy. Within a contextual perspective, the firm develops and refines floor plans to capitalize on proportion and flow.
Based in Santa Barbara, California, The Warner Group Architects, Inc. was founded in 1966 by Jack Warner, previously named Warner & Gray Architects, and has been creating distinctive homes for the past four and a half decades. The firm is widely recognized as an authority in the field of architecture and interior design. Their residential, resort, and country club work can be seen in all of California's major coastal communities, as well as Hawaii, Central America and the Middle East.
As testimony to the exceptional quality of The Warner Group Architect’s design work and the integrity of the firm’s commitment to providing its’ clients with the finest architectural services, the firm continues to receive numerous awards of excellence for its’ projects. The design team has been awarded Architectural Digest’s highest honor four times, “The AD 100 World’s Top Architects and Interior Designers,” and “The Top 30 Architects” by The Robb Report.
The Warner Group Architects, Inc. offers the full spectrum of architectural, interior, land planning and landscape services for the design of high-end residential and hospitality projects. For clients with more comprehensive needs, we provide the following services:
• Master Planning
• Project Feasibility Studies
• Evaluation of Potential Building Sites
• Architectural Design
• Traditional & Computer Renderings
• Study & Presentation Models
• Detailed Cost Estimates
• Furniture, Furnishings & Equipment Specifications
• Construction Administration