Gingerbread House Design

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I love this time of year. You can exercise your architectural design skills designing cookies. And, the best cookie to design is the gingerbread house. I’ve seen some pretty elaborate ones over the years. How about you? And if you’re not in the mood to design you can deconstruct over a glass of milk. Happy… Read more »

Camellia Terrace Addition Challenges

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My clients knew they would have to remodel the Camellia Terrace 1950/60’s Ranch-style house when they bought it.  It was the location that they liked.  It was ideal, with a good neighborhood, good schools and an excellent surrounding community. There were challenges, though.  The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was really too small for the… Read more »

Let Me See the Plans

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Modern architecture has moved to the computer in a big way. We can use a computer for planning, drawings, CAD design, layout and blueprints. But not that long ago all those architectural drawings were painstakingly rendered on paper. I came across this web resource that achieves hundreds of architectural drawing from the 18th century. And… Read more »