Very pleased to have been awarded Best of Houzz 2015 again this year. If you haven’t checked it out before and have any interest in residential design and decorating you should have a look. It’s a tremendous resource for users and quickly becoming a prime source of leads for new work for professionals.
It’s nice to be able to get behind a winner of this award for a change……
Just submitted this to the County for permit. Looking forward to seeing it built next Spring.
Pretty close to starting construction documents on this one. Made a little video for the client….
I’m sorry, but I really enjoy this critic’s consistently contrarian view of modern architecture and its starchitects.
….for a pretty modern granny currently on the boards. 🙂
A fun little Cayucos beach house currently on the boards. They have a pretty stunning view from the second level south toward Morro Rock.
Just went and had my first lunch at the new Moxie Cafe. Still in soft opening mode, but go check it out! The food and service is great, and of course the atmosphere is second to none. 😉 The contractor, Vernon Edwards, did a terrific job on it and I just want also to thank my team including Tim Hart for the structural engineering, Ryan Gromfin for the restaurant consulting, Gardens by Gabriel for the landscape design, and Chris and Denver at BMA. Be Well! Eat Well!
Houzz has quickly become one of the central web platforms for home remodeling and design. It is a great place for home design professionals and potential clients to connect, share ideas, and offer advice. I have had several clients find me here, and they can put together “Idea Books” based on the thousands and thousands of images available on the site to help communicate their objectives an dreams.
I am very pleased to have been chosen as on of Houzz’s “Best Of” professionals for 2014.
If you haven’t visited the site and have any interest at all in home design, you may find it very informative and inspirational.
It’s always fun to see a new custom home going up, and to just get out of the office for a few minutes and remind myself of what it used to be like working at this end of the field more. Love the sound of skillsaws, framing guns, and the smell of sawdust. Normally this time of year contractors aren’t too enthusiastic about their framing getting wet and having to deal with erosion control measures, but nothing like that this winter. We could use some rain around here.