As early as age 9, I remember telling my parents and teachers this is what I wanted to do. I was always good at visualizing and drawing. I loved the precision of math and engineering as well as the beauty and freedom associated with being an artist. Becoming an architect was a perfect blending of both. Decades later, it still is.
It is entirely possible to take a tiny ranch built decades ago and reshape it into a multilevel dream home. An abandoned warehouse can be transformed into your funky industrial chic place of business. Converting outdated and characterless structures into livable, workable, beautiful spaces is what remodeling is all about.
I’m often asked what I think makes a successful architect. For me, successful design projects are always collaborative. My success in creating the right program for you depends enormously on how we communicate. I need to understand what is important to you. How do you convey your vision to an architect? Here are my top five ways.