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Interested in being part of the conversation about creating healthy, livable community right here in the bay area? Join the Bay Area Healthy Communities Coalition on May 7th in an interactive discussion about how vibrant downtowns can benefit local jobs, housing, transportation, and the health of the community. There will be a dynamic panel discussion […]

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People often ask me “What kind of architect are you?” I’ve had the pleasure of designing community centers, libraries, recreation facilities, theaters, restaurants, live-work lofts, and single family homes. But the type of projects I’ve designed and built is not what defines me. It is the way I think about the environment and my clients […]

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Side yards are often neglected or used exclusively for utility. Here is an inspiring article about ways to turn your side yard into a glorious garden room and increase your enjoyment of your home and property. Turn a Side Yard Into a Garden Room

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As our lives have become more demanding and faster paced in recent history, more and more people are feeling isolated and disconnected from their neighbors and communities. By reviving the Front Porch of your home and using it more regularly you can create opportunities to meet your neighbors, rebuild a sense of community, and reduce […]

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I usually like to stay away from using black in a kitchen design, but there are ways to incorporate black accents that bring real elegance to a large kitchen. Check out the link below to learn more smart ways to incorporate black into your kitchen design. When to Use Black in the Kitchen

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