Believing that the future of sustainable Architecture is within our current living cities, Treveston has focused his practice on high density urban infill development. He not only practices this philosophy, but lives it as well.  He and his wife remodeled an old hardware store in the Downtown Area, where they currently live, work and raise their family. Treveston Elliott received his B.A. in Architecture from the University of New Mexico in 1998.  His professional career began in the office of Antoine Predock Architect.  Starting as a model builder and ascending to the role of Project Designer over the course of seven years.  During this time Treveston also completed his Masters in Architecture from the University of New Mexico as well as the required professional hours before sitting for his Architecture license, which he received in September of 2004. Treveston established Workshop Architects, now Treveston Elliott Architect, in January of 2003. He continues to work on a variety of commercial, mixed-use and residential projects.

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Treveston has quickly grown his reputation for bringing practical building experience and a grounded, modern sense of detail to both the design and execution of his projects. He is experienced in all phases of design and construction, from site planning to construction administration. Trev's work can often be identified by his hands-on fabrication of finishing touches involving steel, concrete, and his unique building techniques.

  PHILOSOPHY IN PRACTICE- Elements Townhouses

PHILOSOPHY IN PRACTICE- Elements Townhouses

Trevestons’ Elements Townhouse project is a 9 unit townhouse development in an under utilized part of Downtown Albuquerque. The project has received LEED for homes GOLD rating.  Thus realizing two of the his main philosophies: urban density and green building practices.  His expertise provides guidance for the future direction of projects that will meet and exceed the clients goals. Treveston continues to focus many of his continuing education hours to the study of what the future of sustainable design and architecture will be and is thus able to design environmental friendly buildings that address his clients needs and goals.

AWARDS

ELEMENTS TOWNHOMES

Southwest Contractor 10 Best of Awards

Small projects under $10 million

 

ELEMENTS TOWNHOMES

AGC- NM Branch and ENR Southwest Honor

2011 Best Buildings

COMMERCIAL    

CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL REMODEL

MOUNTAIN ROAD LOFTS

ELEMENTS TOWNHOMES

SALAZAR AND SULLIVAN LAW OFFICES

1131 MOUNTAIN ROAD LOFTS

SUNSHINE CAFE

SUNSHINE LAUNDRY

EUPHORIA TEA

COFFEE BREAK

811 STUDIO

CHECKER AUTO PARTS

BERNALILLO MINI STORAGE

DW TURNER OFFICES 

TAL OFFICES

4405 JAGER RESTAURANT

RESIDENTIAL    

 MULLINS / BRAUN HOUSE REMODEL

CURRAN / CAMERON ADDITION 

TURNER RESIDENCE 

SILVER ROAD KITCHEN

811 RESIDENCE REMODEL 

EDDY HOUSE

505 RESIDENCE

INFILL GARDEN CONDOS

LA SENDA RESIDENCE

CHAMA CABIN

END HOUSE

408 BROADWAY REMODEL

SOLSTICE ADDITION

DECK HOUSE

LA RESIDENCE ADDITION

MOUNTAIN ROAD TOWNHOUSES 

612 KELEHER ADDITION