Cold Feet before a Construction Project?

Hell yes, going through a construction project is a big commitment. Indecision and cold feet are perfectly normal in this situation. The amount of time and money, energy & decisions is considerable.  Thinking about the inconvenience and apprehensions about possibly living out of your house or having your office compromised for a few months can be […]

Architect and Client Selection-matchmaking

The reality of architecture is that if the project gets built, it needs a client to pay for it.  Consequently, the client has a great deal of control over the outcome of the appearance, budget and utility.  Having alignment between the client-owner and architect is critical. The initial interview is really a dialog and two-way […]