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  • Not only find the quality of materials but also discover the personality of materials. This notion has never been more poetically explained than by architect Louis Kahn when he said, ”I asked a brick what it wanted to be and it replied, an arch.”



  • Don’t squander your housing money on architectural fashion. Buy clothes instead. Concentrate on timeless elements for your home.


  • ” My precept to all who build is, that the owner should be an ornament to the house, and not the house to the owner.” Cicero


  • Consider the travels you’ve loved, the homes that have entranced you and the objects, rich in detail and character, that express your most essential self.  In these experiences are the memories, images, and  words that can spawn a new creation. Convert those feelings into a form.