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The largest architectural firm in Kentucky, Luckett & Farley employs a unique, integrated multi-disciplinary approach to design in order to enhance the human experience at every scale – from the built environment to the objects in a room. Our mission is to provide our clients with innovative design solutions that are functional, sustainable, and beautiful. We believe that architecture is inextricably tied to use, place, client aspirations and cultural traditions. For us, great spaces are those that cannot be imagined anywhere else. We strive to make the ordinary extraordinary – functionally and aesthetically. We believe that good design is humanistic, familiar, accessible and intuitive. Our portfolio demonstrates we have excelled at this for over 155 years.
Our architects and designers are highly experienced in the latest design trends – when not setting them – covering numerous industry sectors. We get to the heart of your project and your vision by listening and engaging you in a dialog of collaboration in which ideas are exchanged and consensus is reached – early and continually through the course of the project’s myriad phases.
Luckett & Farley is providing architecture and engineering services for the replacement and renovation of the University of Kentucky Softball Complex. The project includes replacement of the existing portable seating sections with new treads and risers from end to end of the dugouts that will provide approximately 400-600 new fixed chair back seats, and a [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided full design services for this new 45,000sf facility in the Norton Commons “village” community development in eastern Jefferson County, Kentucky. The design includes a pool area, fitness area, walking track, group workout, locker rooms, teen area, child care and offices. The building will connect to a future Jefferson County Public School [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided master planning and design services for a 48,664sf surgical center addition to the Taylor Regional Hospital. The building is designed to appear as a separate facility from the hospital to help with the easing of patient anxiety. This hospitality focus on the patient allows for individual pre- and post-op rooms that [more...]
Luckett & Farley’s Media + Entertainment Group designed iHeartRadio’s new 12,000sf office/performance studio space at 32 6th Avenue in New York (the historic former home of AT&T). The space is office-heavy, with a lower proportion of workstations. The offices are arranged laterally with wall-to-wall glass. Office fronts are approximately 11’ high; most office fronts are [more...]
This project included the complete demolition and renovation of a 5,800sf ground-level space for a new live performance studio in downtown Manhattan, New York. The space is located directly over the NYC subway system, which posed specific design considerations for vibration and low frequency noise control. The performance area slab was remediated to receive a [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided services for this project located in a historic building that was formerly an AT&T headquarters. It is now the new home of Clear Channel’s New York FM operations, a complex consisting of 29 studios. Five stations occupy 120,000 square feet of the second, third and fourth floors. Three of the stations [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided comprehensive design services for a 68,800sf tenant improvement fit out for general offices, training facilities, performance studio and consisted of consolidating 7 radio stations.
The building resides in a floodplain, requiring special design considerations. Tower site requiring construction around a buried radial grounding system. Originally constructed in 1923, imposing restrictions on the integration of the new construction and the existing structures. Incorporates concrete,masonry, steel, EIFS, landscaping and building access considerations for an elevated building. Building occupied by the administrative, [more...]
Luckett & Farley provided design services for a 58,000 square feet Renovation of one floor of a high rise building for the relocation of 9 radio stations.
This project consisted of the renovation of an existing concrete building to house five FM and four AM radio stations, one performance studio and two television stations, in addition to exhibit space and administrative and sales offices. Before renovations
Recently I asked several Louisville Real Estate professionals about what trends they’re seeing locally and issues specific to landlords and tenants. While Louisville seems to be experiencing similar trends as others in our region, we did receive interesting feedback from a few interviewees regarding the development of downtown Louisville and its impact on the entire city. Top Issues for Landlords The top [more...]
While there is still considerable uncertainty surrounding the overall impact of healthcare reform on the future of the industry, controlling cost and enhancing the patient experience are top of mind for the leadership of many organizations. Planning ahead and evaluating future capital expenditures present unique opportunities to rein in costs while improving the overall quality [more...]
Representatives from Louisville Distlling Company asked Luckett & Farley to submit a concept and proposal for a new microdistillery in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The facility was intended to be the new home to a rising star in the world of bourbon, called Angel’s Envy. The brand’s story to stardom is as good as the product itself. To manifest the story into [more...]
In 2010, a federal law amended “the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) of 1938 (29 U.S. Code 207) to require an employer to provide reasonable break time for an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child for one year after the child’s birth. The employer is not required to compensate an employee receiving [more...]
When a person goes to receive medical care, they typically enter with a level of anxiety. One thing that’s usually not on their mind at the time is, “Will I become a victime to a patient fall or trauma? Will a foreign object be left inside my body if i need surgery?” or “Will I get a [more...]
In the words of the Greek orator, Demosthenus, “Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.” Great concept, but how do we implement his sage advice? While searching for some answers, I decided to look at our company’s Core Values. Do our Core Values apply to each & every project – even the small [more...]
American car companies and A/E firms have one thing in common. People. Sure, there are probably a few other things they have in common. They both build and design objects that shape our lives, but I would argue that it’s the value they place on their employees that brings them together. I recently visited the [more...]
Hospitals are the subject of much study in the architecture and design world of late. Evidence strongly suggests that there is a direct connection between the hospital environment and patients’ perception of the quality of care received. That connection is also true for hospital staff, who report that the physical environment of the hospital directly [more...]
I never considered myself a “history buff,” but when I heard (thank you Twitter) that the Louisville Free Public Library recently posted all Courier Journal newspaper articles from 1830 to 1922, I’m embarrassed to admit I was a bit excited. Since Luckett & Farley was founded in Louisville in 1853, it was the perfect opportunity to [more...]
Up to 50% of patients today are admitted to a hospital via the Emergency Department (ED). This new front door to the hospital requires Administrators to rethink the relationship the ED has to the rest of the hospital, and as a result, are struggling to find the right solution. From the growing needs and expectations of the baby [more...]
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