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September 13, 2016

Today something prompted me to talk about one of the least favorite parts of my job - Feasibility Studies!  Now, my good colleague George Steirer of Plan to Permit is the guru of land use code, feared by many officials for his deeper knowledge of the code than they themselves possess.  I don’t jump with joy at discovering a challenging land use regulation that may significantly restrict proposed development, he does, figuratively speaking, and with enthusiasm dissects every reference and record to find solutions.  See that’s his specialty!

Designers and Architects are professionals whose job is to assist their clients in navigating the process of design and construction from its conception to completion.  Unfortunately, the very First Phase of any residential design...

July 8, 2016

The terms “Modern” and “Contemporary” are often used interchangeably by home owners and designers alike when describing residential Architecture. In fact, Modern and Contemporary design have significant historic and methodological differences.  The primary confusion lies in the fact that the characteristics and elements of modern design are integral part of current contemporary design trends.

Modern style describes an era-specific design style that breaks with those pre-Industrial Revolution traditional styles. Modern design is connected to the age of mechanization and is typically referred to Architecture of the 1920s-1950s, characterized by structures of steel and concrete, large expanses of glass, minimal exterior expression, open floor plans and an absence of ornamen...

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