Think Architecture is not Personal?
If you've ever thought architecture isn't personal, consider this:
One client lost a teenager to a lifelong disease and needed a change. We redesigned the first floor to expand their kitchen and give them a mud room while opening up the first floor. This makes it easier for them to function as a full family of 12.
A commercial client is taking the helm of a 100-year-old family business. We are designing a new world headquarters that pays homage to the past while preparing and welcoming the future.
Another client has an impressive collection of antique radios. We designed their house around a two-story display. It’s beautiful and personal and unique to them.
I love how buildings can be a symbol and have meaning while being fully functional and absolutely beautiful. That is how we work. That is why I love my job.