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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.

Edison 2

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.

Franklin 2

Structural Masonry
Carlton Landing, Oklahoma
Tucked in Carlton Landing's Bend pocket neighborhood, this home's interior combines natural materials, and traditional forms with the best of modern technology. The exterior charms with cedar shake dormers, timber framing, and limewashed brick.

Living Building Challenge

Structural Masonry
Brady District, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Building Culture completed the brickwork on this Tulsa home as a member of a Living Building Challenge team.

1900 Oso

Structural Masonry
Wheeler District, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
This home marks Building Culture’s first structural masonry project in Oklahoma City proper. One might mistake it for a centuries-old structure if it was not nestled within Oklahoma City's new, walkable Wheeler District.

Lincoln Terrace Historic Remodel

Historic Remodel
Licoln Terrace, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Building Culture gave this 1920's Ludovici tile roofed house in historic Lincoln Terrace a full refresh with houghtful cabinetry and warm touches of natural wood, while maintaining the home's historic charm.

Selah Office

Structural Masonry
Selah, Goldsby, Oklahoma
Natural materials and trabaeted openings give this office building a dignified traditional look. A deep entrance arch marks the doors the the offices of Selah, a new town 30 minutes South of Oklahoma City.

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