Our history

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Reed Architecture started in 2009 when David Reed established David Reed Architects in Tulsa, OK. As an efficient, four-person operation, David Reed Architecture provided complete architectural, interior design, and construction administration services. In its first year, David Reed Architects won a Tulsa Public Schools contract to design three high school arenas: Booker T. Washington, Edison Preparatory, and Memorial High School.

 

In 2011, David Reed Architects entered a partnership with Oklahoma Hall of Fame inductee Gary Sparks. Under its new name, Sparks Reed Architecture and Interiors, the firm completed numerous educational, athletic, religious, and commercial facilities, with no project too large to handle.

 

With Gary’s retirement in 2020, David renamed his firm Reed Architecture and Interiors, moving its office to Sapulpa, OK.  As chief executive, he leads a team of 12 employees: eight architectural staff, two registered interior designers, and two support staff. David’s sincere belief in “serve by design” – that architects should serve their clients and communities by and with their designs – forms the foundation of Reed’s architectural practice and philosophy.