Universal Design Principles

Every architect, designer, artist, builder or hobbyist has a design philosophy. Most philosphies involve a flowery description of the design psyche and excessive use of compound adjectives. Those profound perfunctory proclomations of perpetual purpose make my head hurt. My design philosophy is not unique, but it’s simple — good homes are responsive to lifestyle and location. read more →

09 Aug 2008
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How did you become an architect?

How did you become an architect?   To become an architect, we go to school a lot and practice architecture a lot.   All architects must graduate from college, complete an internship, pass an exam, practice and take continuing education.   College: All architects must graduate from an National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB) accredited university.. read more →

28 May 2008
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What is YOUR style?

What is YOUR style? My style is client-vernacular. That archispeak phrase means I design based on YOUR requirements, site conditions and preferences. I use many communication tools and methods to extract your essence and design in your family style. I’m sorry I drifted into archispeak again. What I mean is I get to know you.. read more →

07 Oct 2007
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