With fall in full swing, I thought I would put together a simple list of my top 5 favorite ways to dress up your home as the weather turns from sweaty to cozy. I hope you find these ideas easy and fun! Candles! This is the easiest way to add a wonderfully seasonal aroma and … More Fall in Full Force
If there is one thing about design that is the hardest to teach, it has to be space planning. Understanding how people are going to move through a space without ever actually seeing them do so is a challenge every designer faces, and what distinguishes a good designer from an exceptional one. Over the years … More Space Planning – For the Everyday Joe
I have always received the sweetest compliments on the spaces I’ve lived in throughout college and people continuously ask me how I made things feel like a home. Creating comfortable spaces is a skill I have developed over the past three years partly from my studies but mostly due to the stressful living situations I … More Design For Students
One point I really want this blog to get across is the fact that I and all of my wonderful classmates are in fact NOT interior decorators. We are architects that deal mainly with the insides of buildings. Every time this happens to me I always try to take the opportunity to explain to them … More “Oh! So you are a decorator?”
Today I was given the smelly opportunity of touring the Fort Collins Recycling Facility. The facility was a lot smaller than what I was expecting and it was only comprised of around 10 large metal bins for general materials and some smaller areas for materials that require a lengthier process to reuse. Did you know, … More What is Recycling Anyways?
My current academic struggle has been provided by the complication that is Healthcare design. I have to create a functional lobby space for an MOB (Medical Office Building). The MOB market is currently exploding with new ideas and billions of dollars worth of property sales making it one of the most sought after product types … More Healthcare, Shmealthcare.