Steven K. Wright, AIA

PRINCIPAL, ARCHITECT, DIRECTOR OF ARCHITECTURE

Steve Wright is a Principal and Director of Architecture at DLA. He acts as a liaison between the Project Managers/Architects and the Design Department to ensure the Design intent is carried through into the project while maintaining the Owner’s Budget and objectives.

Steve is also our resident Auditorium specialist, with a dozen of the highly specialized spaces on his resume. Not only does he have a genuine interest in the performing arts, but his background in lighting design gives him unique insight into the intricacies of lighting for the arts. He expanded his interest into practical experience, serving for many years as lighting and sound board assistant at CYT (Christian Youth Theater) productions.

Interests

  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hiking – exploring with the family and dog
  • Gardening and yard work
Top Midwest Design Firm
Top 300 Architecture Firms
Student Space for Peer-to-Peer Collaboration
Classroom Design Boosts Peer Learning
A Tasty New Look
Just the Right Chemistry
Trojans Gain a Home Field Advantage
Taking the Future by Storm
Engaging Environments that Enhance the Arts
Setting the Mood
Building on a Legacy
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Steve Wright

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