In This Issue: July/August 2009
Kitchen/Bath Spotlight: Toilets
Custom Home less than 3,000 s.f.
Custom Home 6,000 to 6,999 s.f.
Custom Home 5,000 to 5,999 s.f.
To work within an elite group of any kind, especially the upper-end home buyer, you must provide value to its members.
Toilets might not be the centerpiece of a bathroom design, there are plenty of issues to consider such as rough-in space and more.
If you have prime retail space in downtown Main Street USA, would you market your home builder/design business in it? Is this wise use of exposure?
Custom Home 3000 to3,999 s.f.
Custom Home 4,000 to 4,999 s.f.
Custom Home more than 7,000 s.f.
Use of Technology
Elica’s Star range hood is both a high-end lighting fixture and high-performance kitchen ventilation appliance.
An architect must keep home buyer clients focused on big-picture issues and not get caught up in the details. Architects have the skills to work out the finer points, so use them.
Residential Design & Build magazine presents the winners of its 2009 Design Excellence Awards, honoring the best in custom home architecture.