Tracy Stone, AIA, opened her own firm, Tracy A. Stone Architect, in 1991 after working with Ray and Finn Kappe as a project architect for 5 years. Tracy has been licensed in the State of California since 1989, and spent 10 years as a member of the Angelino Heights Historic Preservation Overlay Zone board. She is currently a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the US Green Building Council. Tracy teaches design at Woodbury University in the Interior Architecture Department.
The firm of Tracy Stone Architect is committed to green design with a firm grounding in the modernist tradition. Working out of a repurposed textile factory, our projects range from custom residential design to a 7000 sf commercial building to a dog boarding and grooming facility, as well as affordable housing for the central coast of California.
A vital piece of the TAS office is the process through which projects are introduced to the client. The office uses ArchiCAD BIM Software (Building Information Modeling) which produces an accurate 3D model that allows more interaction with the client in the design phases, creating a complete set of drawings that will help control cost and ensure accurate construction.
community & gallery space
The TAS office is involved in the surrounding community and takes part in the annual Frogtown Artwalk. Check out some of the past local artists hosted at the TAS Gallery during the artwalk.
Pecha Kucha Presentation