Welcome to our Architect Spotlight series, where we will be periodically featuring each of Kennebec’s preferred architects and showcasing some of their past projects. Today we are highlighting San Antonio, TX based architect, Michael G. Imber.
As an inductee into the prestigious American Institute of Architects’ College of Fellows, Michael G. Imber is the principal architect of Michael G. Imber, Architects, PLLC. They are a modern classical design firm based in San Antonio, TX, and San Francisco, CA, and they look to promote an American architecture reflective of our cultural history and modern lifestyles. He is equally as known for his country houses throughout Texas and the western United States.
Michael has been honored with numerous local and national design awards, most notably the lifetime Arthur Ross Award for his enduring commitment to the classical tradition in residential architecture, civic buildings, and neighborhood design. In addition to that, he has won four Palladio Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Traditional Design, numerous Texas ICA&A Staub Awards, and was honored with the Texas Society of Architects’ William W. Caudill, FAIA award.
He is an NCARB-registered architect and licensed in the state of Texas, Colorado, Florida, California, Mississippi, Maine, New Mexico, Utah, and Arkansas. He has been featured in a number of publications like ELLE DÉCOR, Coastal Living, New Old House, Southern Accents, and Period Homes.
The Michael G. Imber, Architects design team consists of fourteen members who strive to create the most beautiful homes for each and every one of their clients.