Founded by award-winning architect and interior designer Pablo Serna in 2018, Lost Pines Architecture has more than 20 years of experience in residential/light commercial mixed use development in the Central Texas region.

 

As the area east of Austin experiences rapid growth, Pablo wanted to establish a regional presence to announce professional architectural services based in the city of Bastrop.  The "Lost Pines" refer to a forest of loblolly pine trees near the Bastrop State Park, that is separated almost 100 miles west of the species natural range.

Lost Pines Architecture has an integrated design process that encourages collaboration early on with all stakeholders to explore issues such as constructability, site restrictions, budget, and scheduling goals. Each project is a unique opportunity to explore creative and thoughtful solutions that are site specific, energy efficient, and architecturally sublime.

The goal is to develop timeless design solutions that are a fusion of beauty, service, and function that enhance both the building area and the experience of its occupants.

 
 
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Pablo Serna AIA
Principal

Creative, thoughtful and enterprising design professional with more than twenty years experience in architecture and the construction industry. Offering Integrated Project Delivery Management for commercial and residential developments. Particularly skilled at incorporating cost effective green building design solutions. Emphasis on life cycle cost return of investment through Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Energy Use Analysis.

Pablo is a licensed Architect (TBAE #27374) and Interior Designer (TBAE #9100) in the State of Texas.  A military veteran of six years in the Texas Army National Guard, Pablo completed his studies at Texas A&M University at College Station in 1991.  Pablo and his family moved to Austin where he began his architectural career working with some of the top firms including BLGY, Jessen Inc., and Fromberge Associates, Inc. from 1991 - 2001.  Pablo began his private practice in 2001 working with other renowned architects such as Milosav Cekic, John Volz, and green building pioneer, Pliny Fisk III, of the award winning, Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems.

Pablo won his first award in 1999 for the interior remodel for the Southern Dominican Province, Novitiate House in San Antonio, Texas.  In 2001, as the Project Manager for Fromberg Associates, Inc. on the Blanco High School, the project won the Value Award presented by Texas Association of School Boards and the Texas Association of School Administrators.  In 2012, Pablo won a third design award for Best Addition less than $50k, Texas Association of Builders.

Pablo is active in his community volunteering as a Level III Archery Instructor with the Boy Scouts of America and was recently appointed to the City of Bastrop, Board of Adjustments.  He and his wife Cecilia, have been married for 30 years and have eight children, several of whom have gone on to college at Texas A&M, Rice University, and Texas A&M Corpus Chrisiti.