Established in 1969, Currie Sowards Aguila Architects (CSAA) is a visionary firm, having designed and master-planned public and private projects throughout South Florida including the catalyst of the city of Delray Beach’s revitalization, the Old School Square Cultural Arts Complex now known as the Delray Beach Center for the Arts. A drive, walk, or bike through communities around the tri-county region and the Florida Keys offers a snapshot of our architectural portfolio from Old School Square to the Murray Nelson Government & Cultural Center. Civic centers, fire rescue stations, parks and theatres are the cornerstone of this organization, where creating special and sustainable public spaces and venues for the community’s enjoyment, coupled with functional and fiscally sound design remains our first priority.

CSAA has been recognized for more than fifty years as a reputable team of professionals, whose vision for communities continues to serve as the inspiration of our practice. CSAA has found professional success as a highly respected architectural firm in the State of Florida, but what has defined its legacy is the contribution we have made within the local community, “giving back, by design.” 

Honored with more than 65 building and planning design awards, in 2000, CSAA was presented with the Firm of the Year Award by the Florida American Institute of Architects.  We are proud to be recognized for good design and for creating a design studio that is nurturing and continues to foster the best in our team, as we all strive to make a lasting imprint on the built environment.