Planned Structures Reflect Rustic Post Oak Look

When Tulsa architect Randy Westbrook was commissioned to design two new meeting structures for the Post Oak Lodge, it took him outside his normal design element.
Of course, that is to be expected when charged with merging the rustic aspects of Post Oak Lodge with a new look that incorporated more sustainable products.
Westbrook, president of Westbrook Architects, PC, 2504 E. 21st St., Ste. 200, said the contemporary lodge design was a new style of project for him which challenged him “to create a fresh new design which complemented the architecture of the existing buildings.”
Known for its retail, office and housing design, Westbrook’s firm met the sustainable products requirement of the project by incorporating a pre-manufactured stone product that matches the native stone used in other buildings on the campus, “but it is a more efficient stone veneer system.”
He said the designs also use low E insulated glass systems and high energy insulation in the walls and roof assembly.
The 2,024-SF buildings include a 1,500-SF meeting room with support spaces and features a large outdoor covered patio with an outdoor fireplace.



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