Steinbomer, Bramwell & Vrazel Architects, is a dedicated and talented team of design professionals led by Robert Steinbomer, AIA, Amy Bramwell, and Jennifer Vrazel, AIA. Our firm, developed over the past 20 years as Steinbomer & Associates, Architects, is committed to assisting clients in creating environments that are sensitive to context and the occupants' aspirations and needs. We view design as a collaborative process between owner and architect with the common goal of producing artful, sensible and value-conscious design. Our commitment to quality and context- driven design solutions provides a variety of clients with a broad spectrum of residential, commercial, historical and institutional project experience.
Robert A. Steinbomer, AIA, Principal
As Principal in Steinbomer, Bramwell and Vrazel Architects and as President of Steinbomer & Associates, Architects, Robert plays an integral role in the office's work. Acting as lead designer, guide and advisor to both the client and firm, Robert helps to facilitate a smooth design process and quality assurance in each stage of a project's development.
Amy Bramwell, Principal
Amy has been an integral part of Steinbomer & Associates since 1998. She began her career in New York City working on a variety of high end residential projects across the Northeastern United states with the firm Ike & Kligerman (now Ike, Kligerman, & Barkley). Upon returning to Austin and graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, she spent several years working for a local design-build firm focusing on high end residential design and construction throughout Austin and the Texas Hill Country. Amy has been the Senior Project Manager on many of the office’s commercial and institutional projects. Her repertoire includes extensive work on local film production studios, Austin Studios and Troublemaker Studios, a new worship building, parish hall, and school for St. James’ Episcopal Church and School and the recently completed campus renovation for AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.
Jennifer Vrazel, AIA, Principal
Jennifer is a Registered Architect and has been practicing architecture since 1997. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, she worked in a North Carolina firm specializing in the design of churches and schools. Upon moving back to Austin, Texas, she worked at a large commercial architectural firm where she gained extensive experience in the design of senior living developments, including independent-living, assisted-living, skilled-nursing, and Alzheimer’s facilities. Jennifer joined Steinbomer & Associates Architects in December of 1999, and her experience within the firm spans a broad range of project types and sizes. She has completed several commercial tenant improvements for such clients as the Texas Association of Counties, Longhorn Dental, and K&L Gates. Additionally, she has completed numerous new houses and home renovations and additions for private clients.
Amy and Jennifer have been close friends and colleagues since their first day of Architecture school in 1991. Throughout their college careers and after nearly 12 years of working together with Robert, they continue to enjoy collaboration on design and projects of all types. Their unique talents and dedication to clients and the firm serves as the foundation for this new and exciting partnership.
Each architectural firm develops a design approach according to methods that have been applied and evaluated over time. We recognize our firm's role in establishing a design that will respond to a series of goals and priorities, while offering our training and expertise toward realizing our Client's vision. As a result, we maintain an interactive, intense design process drawing from a high level of involvement with our Client. We believe that successful projects result from a cohesive Project Team involving the Client, the Architect, and optimally, the Contractor, each participating as appropriate throughout the various stages of the project.
Published in "Veranda" Magazine, March 2011
"Atomic Ranch" Magazine Spring 2009
Published in City by Design 2008