“The straight line belongs to men; the curved one to God." — Antoni Gaudi When entertaining is the main focus of the heart of the home, we often opt for double islands for extra gathering potential. These vertical windows allowed for a gorgeous curved turret on the exterior of the home. Classic French architecture incorporated in a modern way. Interior stone and natural wood team up for a timeless feature in the great room. A 1 ½ story main floor plus a vaulted ceiling is used to balance volume while still inviting a classical French feel. We don’t often design “formal” spaces. Instead, we create spaces that can be lived in. This great room makes an impact aesthetically, but it still has plenty of room for the day-to-day gathering, games, and family time. Dropped floors create a clear delineation between rooms while encouraging flow and movement. Think of architectural elements (beams and columns) as a framing device for your home. These draw the eye directly to the heart of the home. We love adding personality to everyday design elements. Every master bath needs a shower; why not make it something spectacular? When we design spaces, we want to create a connection between the owner and the design. Personalized features like a double vanity create a sense of belonging from day one. This intimate space was designed to offer room for stillness in an otherwise bustling home.
Overview of the project and who the client was / what they were asking for. Go for about 3-5 lines here. Describe the home and some of its key features or considerations.
Key feature callout
Notes about the discovery process -- something you uncovered that made the lightbulbs go off, or something the client asked for that was totally unique
Problem/solution -- call out a challenge you encountered along the way... could be environmental or a way you were stretched as a team and rose to the occasion
Timing or results
Mention how long it took to build, or include notes about how the client reacted during their walk-through.
“Add a glowing client quote here... not too long, and you could highlight something key you want people to notice.”