Polk Stanley Wilcox has built a practice on design excellence through environmentally sound principles. It is the firm’s strong conviction that thoughtful architecture can be woven with the environment, creating a symbiotic relationship between man and nature that actually enhances both. The award-winning firm has integrated sustainable design into everyday practice, resulting in livable buildings that impact both productivity and peace of mind. This philosophy has resulted in over 100 National, Regional, and State honors, including the South's first LEED Platinum building, Heifer International, receiving the State’s only National AIA/Cote Top Ten Green Projects Award in 2007, as well as the Nation’s highest award for architecture, a National AIA Honor Award, in 2008. Design excellence has been the hallmark of the firm's work across a broad sector of project types, including two National AIA/ALA Library Honor Awards for the Arkansas Studies Institute in 2011 and the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children's Library and Learning Center in 2015, and five American Architecture Awards from the Chicago Athenaeum.
Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects’ persistent and unwavering commitment to design excellence has produced building environments that are livable, adaptable and inspiring spaces… that also aspire to transcend time.