Monday, June 18, 2012

Busy, almost Summer!

Super Work! I have totally fallen into the "blogs that are updated but once a year!" category. For good and bad this has happened. I can't complain, the work remains steady and since last November, has increased to the point where I have not had time to muse about architecture, besides when I am driving, which is not a good time to update blogs. Regardless, I owe myself and my followers pix of the work I have been doing. That is in the works. Cheer!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Late Autumn Update!

I have been busy! It is great news, but the documenting of work and networking has kept me from this service. I want to keep updating the pages, but I also need good light and time to take photos. Work comes from the most unlikely places and I enjoy seeing how the fruits of networking labor pay.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Late summer update

Been fielding calls and meeting with (potential) clients and keeping up with the projects that I do have. Now, I just need to schedule a clear day for pictures of the work that has been completed this summer. Keeping up with the lot and working to meet people on the street and also planning to plant some trees this autumn. That way the trees have a year or two to mature and help get a nice backdrop for the house. I had the lot staked and I want to make sure the neighbors are ok with it!

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Busy Summer

Here is some of the work being done on our lot! Getting calls and finishing plans to get this business off the ground. The earthquake today reminds us all about the importance of architecture.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

House Sign?

What do you think?

Monday, August 1, 2011

New Photos

Pix of the property are on the way. Time to update lots of pix. Little ideas trickling through for Turnpike House. Signs, posts, renderings...

Thursday, July 21, 2011


Wow, been super busy chasing so many threads, soccer, work, friends, family, and of course LAND! .7 acres is ours as of last Friday, July 15! Right now it is sitting, just letting the grass grow, well the grass would be growing if it wasn't 100 degrees outside and no rain for the past month or so. Just need to maintain the land for about two years then begin the building process. I have been tweaking the plans and detailing everything! Even trying to see what tht landscape plan might be.
Pix to follow of the house model, plans, and the property itself.