Residential Architecture

Your home is your most personal of places; a sanctuary where you can express what is most meaningful to you. This belief guides our work: we design homes and remodels that are functional, beautiful and a joy to live in. Our homes enrich the lives of our clients.

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Residential Architecture

Your home is your most personal of places; a sanctuary where you can express what is most meaningful to you. This belief guides our work: we design homes and remodels that are functional, beautiful and a joy to live in. Our homes enrich the lives of our clients.

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We believe that remodeling an existing home is often the most sustainable way to upgrade a home. We assess your home to understand how best to work with what is existing, carefully consider what your needs are, and combine what we find to best inform the areas of new design.

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Our new homes and DADUs span a range of architectural styles and have in common our key design principals: connection between inside and outside, floor plans that foster comfort, functionality and ease of living, and thoughtful attention to beautiful details within the owner’s budgets.

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Our goal is to create an addition that will integrate well with your existing home and site. We consider additions as an opportunity to either enhance the existing style of your home, OR to transform the house into something very different. Each project is so unique!

CTA Presenting at AIA’s “Ask An Architect” on July 25th – Register Today!

Dreaming about a home design project and not sure where to start? Wondering how to make the most of your budget? Buzz and another colleague will be presenting the ASK AN ARCHITECT seminar on Saturday morning, July 25th.

In our blogs we cover a range of topics: how to navigate the design and construction process, home design tips and trends, insights from our current projects under construction, as well as share our work with Architects Without Borders.

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