Houses of Worship

Cathedral of Immaculate Conception Luce Architects has recently provided the review and incorporation of accessibility components into the historic Cathedral of Immaculate Conception located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The task was to provide an overlay of the historic building while amending … Continue reading

Before and After

As the old saying goes, “A picture tells a thousand words”. Before: Right After: Below

Additional Services

Visit us on the web at to learn about additional services provided by our firm. Other services include: Sustainable Solutions and Interior Design.

A New Look

We‚Äôve recently updated and streamlined our website to spotlight new projects recently completed, improve functionality, and provide areas for client interaction. For years, we managed the website in house with available staff. Fortunately, we‚Äôve been increasingly busy and had to … Continue reading

Luce Architects – A reflection of the past 10 years

With the firm‚Äôs 10th year anniversary soon approaching, I found myself reflecting on the events and personalities that brought us to this moment in time. In 2003, the construction industry was good‚Ķ really good. For a young, registered architect such … Continue reading

Christopher Luce was named a semifinalist in “Yes, I Built It“ contest

Christopher Luce was named a semifinalist in 1210 WPHT Talk Radio‚Äôs Chris Stigall Show for his ‚ÄúYes, I Built It‚Äú contest entry. The contest had showcased inspiring stories from various business owners¬†working within a recession.  

LUCE Architects has been recognized for Excellence in Planning and Design

LUCE Architects has been recognized for Excellence in Planning and Design by the Montgomery Country Planning Commission in their Annual Montgomery Awards for Cold Point Manor, located in Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania.

Suburban Life Article

Suburban Life Magazine featured Luce Architects in their March issue in an article entitled; “Built to Last: Distinctive, artfully designed homes from Luce Architects blend beauty and function.” Read the full article here.

Aesthetics Meets Function

I always wanted to be an artist, but my father, who worked for a regional builder suggested I follow a career path towards architectural design. His influence and my artistic tendencies, as well as the collaboration of the Luce Architects … Continue reading

Master Plan

Did you know Luce Architects offers an overlay of an existing property depicting its potential through a service known as the Master Plan? Most clients who chose this service are thinking about purchasing a particular property or renovating their home, … Continue reading

Architecture as Therapy

Sometimes my role stretches from that of an architect and designer to a therapist of sorts as well.¬† In going through people‚Äôs houses, and they explain what they want to do, you find that everybody has their own personality. A … Continue reading

Practicing Efficiency

With every design, Luce Architects practices efficiency in design and materials selection to optimize lighting, heating and other practical considerations. We concentrate on incorporating sustainable traits or ‚Äúgreen‚Äù design, as it is more commonly known. It‚Äôs about the effective use … Continue reading

Newtown Home Renovation

In 2010, Luce Architects worked on the design and layout of parts of a Newtown house, effectively transforming two unused and uninhabitable spaces into communal spaces that could be the jewel of any home. The space above the home‚Äôs garage … Continue reading

Blending the Design and Environment

One of our most recent award-winning designs, the Thornbury is located in Chester County. It references the French Manor style with a modern flair that can be described as both gracious and stately. With this design and with all our … Continue reading

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