Blog - Remodeling
Professional service firms are called “practices” for a reason. They are informed by a high level of understanding that comes from doing a task over…
The first thing to understand about bathrooms is that there are some very specific minimum dimensions required by building codes. Shower sizes, the space in front and to the sides of sinks and toilets, and electrical outlet locations all have specifications that must be met.
Birds in the walls, poor insulation, and stairs that didn’t meet code were only the tip of the iceberg when confronting the problems that troubled this home.
Homeowners often balk at a redesign because the project seems such a formidable prospect. Fortunately, the way we tackle a residential remodeling project follows a tried-and-true plan that makes the daunting doable.
If you’re thinking about a project of your own, or just want to see some really cool designs, we’d love for you to stop by so we can show you around and answer your questions.
Here is a list of things you should keep in mind as you begin the design process…
When you’re starting a new building project, and considering hiring an architect, you might fall into a cycle of asking yourself, “Should I? Shouldn’t I?” Second guessing is easy to do when you’re facing an undertaking that promises to consume a lot of time and money. But here’s the secret formula for putting those uncertainties to rest…
It’s a great option for when you don’t know where to start, but you might be wondering what exactly the process involves and how it’ll give you a better view of what’s possible.
It’s become a common practice to value homes based on square footage and the number of rooms – the “more is more!” philosophy seems to apply.
This is a prime example of how we approach architectural and interior design for better livability. Function and beauty come together to make everyday tasks, from mincing shallots to loading the dishwasher, easier, more comfortable and more enjoyable.