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We design and build homes, commercial projects and mixed-use developments in Oklahoma City and Edmond. Explore our services below or, if you're ready to begin, reach out.

An artistic map of historic streets

Fellowship Hall

Structural Masonry
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Nestled in the woods north of Oklahoma City's urban core, the design of this residence was driven by the clients' vision for a fellowship hall for their family. The exterior features custom fabricated metal awnings and decorative brickwork...

1040 16th

Hybrid Stick Frame
Wheeler District, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Building Culture's first project in Oklahoma City's walkable Wheeler district pairs warm oak trim and natural stone countertops with a classic color palate and thoughtful details, delivering a comfortable abode with a view of the downtown skyline.

67 C

Structural Masonry
Carlton Landing, Oklahoma
This charming cottage in Carlton Landing's Bend neighborhood captures the essence of architectural archetypes with a blend of cedar shake dormers, timber framing, and limewashed brick on the exterior, and a limewashed arch, cozy bunkroom, and natural stone sills inside.

67 A

Structural Masonry
Carlton Landing, Oklahoma
Part of the Bend, an award winning pocket neighborhood in Carlton Landing, this cottage is playful yet sophisticated. Natural materials and traditional forms pair with modern touches to create a comfortable yet unique interior, exemplifying how buildings can have infinite variations and character while also conforming to the archetypes that we recognize, find comfort in, and love.

42 Boardwalk

Structural Masonry
Carlton Landing, Oklahoma
This small cottage blends industrial loft vibes with a traditional Arts & Crafts aesthetic. The interior is earthy, cozy and comfortable, with exposed brickwork and stained wood throughout.

69 A

Structural Masonry
Carlton Landing, Oklahoma
This radiant limewashed brick house blends cedar shake dormers, timber framing and limewashed brick on the exterior, creating a chic traditional feel. The interior features a limewashed arch, bunkroom, and natural stone sills.

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Cultivating a better human habitat. One brick at a time.
Austin Tunnell
Founder of Building Culture