808 Bomar Street
Houston, TX 77006

Phone: (713) 524-5999
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Museum District Mission.
A stately second floor addition and full renovation to a 1920's brick bungalow in the Museum District. Featured in the April 2017 issue of Houston Lifestyles & Homes.
Montrose Guest House.
A contemporary garage and guest house addition to a 1920's bungalow in East Montrose.
Cherryhurst Addition.
An expansion of the existing galley kitchen to a large eat-in kitchen and a spacious master suite above a new two-car garage.
West University Interior Renovation.
Albers Chang Architects collaborated with Hallie Henley Design on the interior renovation of a West University house, built by a developer in 1985.
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ALBERS CHANG ARCHITECTS is a custom residential architecture and commercial interiors firm in Houston, Texas, co-founded by Andrew Albers, AIA and NuNu Chang, AIA.

Andrew Albers, AIA is Vice President of the Office of James Burnett and lecturer at Rice School of Architecture. He holds an M. Arch from Rice School of Architecture and B.S. from the College of Design at Georgia Institute of Technology. Andrew serves on the Board of Directors of the Rice Design Alliance (RDA). He is a contributor and guest editor of Cite Magazine and contributor to

NuNu Chang, AIA holds a B. Arch from Rice School of Architecture. Her experience in custom residential architecture has been with L. Barry Davidson Architects, Miller Dahlstrand De Jean Architects and the Architecture Studio of Val Glitsch. Her commercial architecture experience includes hospitality projects at Gensler--Houston and medical office buildings with ML Reid Architects. Internships with Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, New York, New York and King Shih Architects, Taipei, Taiwan, afforded invaluable experience in international work. NuNu serves on the editorial committee of Cite Magazine.


Interior Design, Landscape Design, Remodel/Addition, Residential, Restoration/Re-Use/Preservation

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