A 40+ YEAR LEGACY
Serving Central Pennsylvania and Beyond
Deep Roots & A Rich History
Founded in 1980 as Land Survey Consultants, we began by providing surveying expertise to public and private clients. During the 1980s, civil and environmental engineering capabilities were added to meet the needs of a flourishing clientele. In 1989, a sister company, LSC Architectural, was formed to offer architectural design, interior design and structural engineering. This combination of services created a full-service design firm able to participate in the widening marketplace. The two companies continued to provide coordinated services during the 1990s until they merged as LSC Design, Inc. Today we operate from one strong integrated core, Warehaus AE in one office location.
We often hear the same reactions when guests visit our studio for the first time.
“Wow! What a great space.”
“I’d love to work in an office like this.”
Not only is the building an impressive space, but our headquarters also has a deep history in the city of York, Pennsylvania.
Welcome to Warehaus
Former storefronts, evenly spaced steel windows, simple brick corbelling and a large clerestory monitor communicate the building’s industrial past.
The building was constructed in 1920 as a warehouse to store pipe and steel for the P.A. & S. Small Company’s hardware business.
A View of Downtown York
Large windows in the studio’s library frame the bustle of York city’s North George Street, with a prime view of York Revolution’s Stadium.
Art and Design
The building retained the large open spaces characteristic of a historic warehouse, with utilitarian finishes including unfinished brick walls and exposed steel columns.
Our LEED Platinum building is a sustainable office of the 21st Century, featuring energy-efferent LED and CFL lamp light fixtures, two types of toilet fixtures which tie into building composters, and native and drought tolerant landscaping, to name a few.
A Space For All Things
Our open rampitheater provides a stunning gathering space for both employee and community events.
Collaboration By Design
Our goal for the project was to preserve the historic character of the building while designing a highly sustainable facility that fostered communication, creativity and a shared identity among building users.
320 North George St
York, PA 17401