Our Two Cents…

Here we will post information about design challenges and solutions that may inspire interest and provide insights to potential clients such as:

  • Expert design (how we made it happen), the design process
  • The approval process (i.e. handling setback restrictions and what zoning is really about)
  • What design issues should I think about before meeting with my architect?
  • What should I focus on to get the best value or experience by the end of my project?

22 thoughts on “Our Two Cents…”

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