I am personally involved in every project, at every step of the process. I offer high-touch, personalized and professional service to every job I undertake. I work to meet the particular needs of each project and client, and do not bring a pre-determined design solution; each solution is unique and is tailored to the particular needs of the client.
Creating work that nurtures the body, delights the senses, and enriches the soul. I've done my job well when the project makes the client's life better, often in ways they had never even considered.
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The first step is an initial consultation on the phone to discuss the project scope, budget, timeframe, and other parameters. At this time I also outline my typical fee structure and price ranges for the type of project envisioned. If it looks like I would be a good fit, then we can schedule a preliminary meeting to review the project, and I can provide references for similar wor. From there, I will prepare a formal proposal. If the proposal is accepted, we then move into the design phase. I
I have a Bachelor of Architecture with High Honors from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. I am a LEED accredited professional, with a BD+C credential (Building Design and Construction). I am also an AIA member. I have had my own practice for 7 years, with over 20 years of professional experience prior to that.
All pricing is on a time and materials basis. I provide a fee estimate based on the initial scope.
Playing with blocks and drawing airports for my toy planes when I was six years old.
My clients are private individuals and families.
A new single-story modern home in Menlo Park, approximately 3500 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 home offices, and an open plan great room. 2 car parking, solar power, abundant natural light, custom casework, finishes, and fixtures throughout.
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