Emerging Voices winner profile

Trahan Architects

Trahan Architects | Holy Rosary, St. Amant, LA, 2004. Image courtesy Trahan Architects

The Architectural League’s annual Emerging Voices program spotlights North American architects, landscape architects, and urban designers who have significant bodies of realized work and the potential to influence their field.

Trahan Architects won a 2007 award.

Victor F. (Trey) Trahan III is president and principal-in-charge of Trahan Architects, based in Baton Rouge. Founded in 1992, Trahan Architects utilizes natural light and materials, and the surrounding environment, “to celebrate man’s relationship with nature and create a new sense of community by both comforting and challenging occupants.”

Trahan Architects is widely published and has received numerous awards, including three National AIA awards for its Baton Rouge projects Holy Rosary Catholic Church Complex, St. Jean Vianney Catholic Church, and the LSU Academic Center for Student Athletes. Trahan Architects recently won three design competitions for Beijing and in 2005 received the Architectural Review Award for Emerging Architecture.  

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