The traditional style and personalized details of this lakefront home are typical of my work. Simple sketches and models at the beginning of the design process helped the homeowners get a sense for character and spatial relationships. More detailed drawings defined specific spaces and finally showed how the house was to be built.
Many details were a collaborative effort with owner and builder. Mockups were built in the field from sketches, then digitally photographed and emailed to owner and architect for comment. Final decisions were often made on site over early morning coffee.
As seen in DownEast (November 2004), Fine Homebuilding (May 2005), and Builder(October 2005) magazines, and The New Wood House by James Grayson Trulove (2005).