every client has a story – and getting them to tell it to me makes a difference in the end result
Small residential projects are very rewarding to design and work on as an architect -they present their own unique challenges but the rewards frequently far outweigh the obstacles.
Designed in 1991 by Samuel Mockbee and Coleman Coker, this is one of the best houses in all of Seaside – a place where there are houses by famous architects on every street.
I was once told by my father-in-law that I would make a great contractor. Did he give me this accolade because of my insight into the construction process? It was because I am good at yelling at people.
Local Dallas architect Bob Borson walks us through the first 9 months of construction on this large and exciting modern project.
Home is where the heart is but the kitchen is the heart of the home. Here is some data of the poularity of different kitchen features.
It appears that toilets by the front door are making a come-back. Placing toilets by the front door is a terrible idea unless it is handled properly – and by properly I mean not by the front door.
This is the introduction of rural Vermont architect Bob Swinburne, and a project he deisnged for himself called ‘The FernHouse’. A simple open air but enclosed structure made for sleeping outdoors. It is simply beautiful.
There is a type of contemporary architecture that seems to frequently find it’s way to our office – we call it soft contemporary.
The designation between house and home – is it semantics or is there a difference. Can I as “the architect” influence the difference one way or another?