Through space planning and contemporary interior finishes along with a modern exterior face lift, the building was transformed into an exceptional property.
With over 35 years’ experience, we help our clients achieve their goals through creative, collaborative design solutions that reflect their needs, ideas and identity.
We endeavor to design spaces that are dynamic and inspired, all while providing professional, high-quality architectural services. The idea that architecture can solve challenges and shape our communities and culture for the better excites us and we apply this passion to every project. We look at every new project as an opportunity to strengthen and build long-term relationships with clients. Providing a seamless planning, design and building experience ensures our standard of excellence is evident in every project. This philosophy toward planning and design, coupled with an unmatched commitment to the success of each project, has earned the valued trust of our clients.
From commercial to senior housing – whether it is new construction or a tenant improvement – Lenity Architecture has you covered. Here’s a small sampling of a variety of our projects.
Dramatic Touches to an Inspired Space
Lenity Architecture worked alongside the Community Action Agency to remodel the 17,000 sq. ft. exterior and interior remodel of their 70 year old building.
This 32,000 SF, two-story building project was designed specifically for the DHS Child Welfare and Self Sufficiency programs.
When strong branding drives design. HomeSmart Realty partnered with Lenity to renovate its +6,000 SF office in Salem, Oregon.
Noble Wave is a forward-thinking Brew-Pub concept out with an eye toward being different, both in style and in substance.
NWSDS develops and maintains a comprehensive and coordinated service system to meet the needs of seniors and people with disabilities.
Lenity worked together closely with NW Human Services to develop a phased master plan for the West Salem campus.
With only a four-month construction time schedule, both floors of this +30,000 SF tenant improvement project required demolition to make way for new provider offices, waiting areas, check-in and scheduling, exam rooms, along with multiple types of procedure rooms.
This single-story, commercial office interior alteration and addition project converted what was once a dreary 3,820 SF warehouse to a workable 4,350 SF office and museum.