Our practice was opened in 2004, and have developed a diverse portfolio of projects that explore a core set of beliefs and principles. Key among these is our emphasis on people; the notion that architecture is an art form dependent on human interaction and participation. We are often asked, “What kind of architecture do you do—residential, commercial…?” We are equally comfortable with all types of architecture, as our skills and interests transcend building types. We seek clients who appreciate quality space, value design, and participate in the process that is architecture.
About this Website Our portfolio is broadly divided into Residential, Commercial, GeorgeStudio, and KBOL (Kitchens, Baths, and Outdoor Living). For more about us and how we work, click on the About tab. Our blog page, Sketchbook, is an ever-changing repository of ideas and thoughts.
What's New... April 17, 2016
Sensibilities are the keys that turn technical skill into evocative form—and the only way to develop sensibilities is through experience.
On why repetition and practice are essential
Range, Rangetop, or Cooktop...… April 17, 2016 Many times, in the planning process for our kitchen designs, our clients are unsure as to whether they want a range, rangetop, or cooktop…
A Little Free Library … August 02, 2015 This cool Little Free Library stand popped up recently on Buena Vista street (around the corner from our new TreeHouse project) and has charmed the neighborhood…