We've been looking forward to telling you about our new service, One Room at a Time, but it's been a super busy summer (which is a good thing!) and so, here's a summary of what we want you to know.
One Room at a Time is a turn-key, fast-track, design-build service where we transform a room (or two) for instant gratification. We have teamed up with a great builder to provide a one stop shop for you to get your project done quickly and easily. The response has been great, especially since we establish a hard cap on the budget, and then work backwards from there; we're only doing as much as you can afford, not a penny more.
kitchen - before
You know what I'm talking about - that bonus room you've wanted, the kitchen that needs a facelift, an unfinished basement or attic with so much potential. And you keep hoping that you'll have time next weekend to work on it, right? Maybe you think the project is too small or the budget too tight for a builder, much less an architect?
kitchen - after
Well, let me tell you a little bit about our approach. My lifelong motto for practicing architecture has been to make the world a beautiful place, one room at a time. I feel it is my responsibility as an architect to ensure that everyone has access to good design expertise. Small decisions (what paint color? Which window manufacturer? Where to go to buy a light fixture?) add up to define the quality of your space. We've been shopping around, accumulating a resource library, drawing details, refining room layouts for our entire design career, so that we can help you with those decisions. In order to make our services more user-friendly, and make the whole process easier to approach, we decided to package our services with a dedicated contractor. You establish the budget, and we help you streamline design and construction, every step of the way. The projects are small enough that we can go from our first design meeting to move-in ready in a few weeks. We meet, we draw, we build, and PRESTO! You are done!
bathroom - before
The recession may have put your bigger dreams on hold, but that just means you need a little sanctuary in your house - a room you love - now more than ever, to escape the gloomy economy, and the colder months ahead. Your quality of life could greatly improve by having one beautiful room in your house for you and your family, a place where you can (finally!) entertain your friends and be yourself.
It only sounds like a sales pitch because I am not very eloquent at telling you how much I believe in spreading good design. Good architecture is for everyone. And we want you to have it, one room at a time.