At Andrew Wagner Architects, we’ve been designing custom luxury residences in the Texas Hill Country and Montana Rockies for over a decade. We utilize cutting-edge capabilities to create modern designs that pay special attention to beauty, functionality, and performance. By getting to know our clients’ lifestyles and desires on an intimate level, we create healthy, safe, durable, energy-efficient homes that blend beauty and comfort to feel like “Home.”
Drew, as he prefers being called, is a native Montanan residing in Texas, practicing architecture in both regions. Drew began his career designing multi-million dollar ski-in/ ski-out and golf course residences at the world’s only private ski and golf community, the Yellowstone Club. His work can also be seen at Big Sky Resort and across the greater Yellowstone National Park region.
Drew is an architect with a consulting background for a Fortune 100 company. His division specializes in environmental design and building science, where he focuses specifically on energy modeling and high-performance design detailing. His mission is to better educate the community and clients about the significance of responsible design. In so doing, he gives insight into how architecture improves sense of place and creates value within a community. He takes delight in collaborating with clients, and enjoys seeing the relationship grow throughout the process, creating clients who become like family.
Ariel was born and raised in Austin, Texas. As an architectural designer, Ariel specializes in sustainability, natural systems, renewable energy, and life-cycle design. He gained his diverse range of skills through his work with the U.S. Green Building Council, the Clinton Climate Initiative, the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, and All Power Labs. Ariel is passionate about technological innovation and using architecture as a vehicle to connect people to place.
With over eight years of leadership experience in product development and manufacturing, Ariel is highly effective across industries. He has a track record of overseeing a broad range of teams and large, complex projects and successfully bringing them to completion. In addition, he serves as a Member of the Board of Directors for the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, which is largely considered to be the vanguard of the country’s green-building movement (and where he happened to grow up).
Parisa is a Texas gal that double majored in business management and computer information systems in college. Parisa has an eye for architecture and a knack for organization. She wears many hats, from overseeing day to day operations to talent acquisition and hiring. She graduated magna cum laude from Anderson University in South Carolina.