Good design improves peoples’ lives.

 

Design’s fundamental responsibility is to provide solutions to problems. Good design provides meaningful solutions. It may offer a better way to do something. It may conserve resources. It may add tangible value, or it may solve a problem in a “poetic” way. Whatever our clients’ aspirations happen to be, we take great care to understand them and create designs that are specifically tailored to them.

Good design should be accessible.

 

Good design should not just be a luxury item. Rather, it should create the greatest value, given the resources available. As a result, we try to offer good design to the broadest audience possible, by making or services available to clients possessing varying degrees of resources and by seeking to, positively, influence our built environment both directly and indirectly.

Good design requires extra care.

 

We are fortunate to work with many clients who value good design and allow us to create exceptional pieces of architecture for them. To meet the desires of discerning clients, we take great care in our work. To fully develop our designs, we pursue a high level of detail and quality in our work. To ensure that our attention to quality and detail is successfully applied, we offer attentive service to our clients from project inception through the completion of construction.

Good design should shape as much of our environment as possible.

 

Our work doesn’t stop at the front door. While architecture is the foundation and focus of our practice, we see it as part of a broad spectrum of design opportunities. Therefore, we concern ourselves not just with our buildings but, also, the things that influence the use and experience of them. In addition to creating, what is traditionally considered, “architecture”, we offer a variety of services that are “related to architecture”.

PUBLICATIONS

High Country Home Magazine

           - Promontory House

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High Country Magazine

           - Fife Renovation

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(see pages 102-110)

High Country Press

- HCHBA Playhouse Project

           Eden Pavilion

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High Country Press

- Mountain Modern - Pavilion House

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High Country Press

- Grandfather Mountain Growth Chart

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PHILOSOPHY 

Our firm’s primary mission is the pursuit of "good design.

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boone, nc 28607

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