Our team of architects’ diverse talent, experience, and passion translate into unique and enduring designs that are appreciated by owners, users, and the public. Whether it's designing a new office or finding a new use for a treasured iconic building, we help our clients discover design solutions that make their dreams a reality. Located in Columbus, Ohio – our work can be seen in central Ohio and nationwide.
Because elevators need to be safe at all times, elevator systems (and the building construction that supports those systems) are tightly regulated. Because the building code sections regulating these requirements are extensive and complex, Tim Velazco offers you a simple overview so that you know what to expect before your next new elevator or upgrade.
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Are you considering ripping up the old, dingy carpet on your stairs and replacing it with beautiful hardwood? Here’s an overview of the process (from an architect) to get you started!
What makes a great architect? The answer to the question depends on you. How familiar are you with the design process? What type of building do you want to create? Do you have a style in mind or are you looking for inspiration? What size is the project?
Most everyone knows that Vitamin D vital for strong bones, but it’s critical to other functions too, and some of them are only beginning to be studied…
A decision made solely based on costs won’t get you what you need.
I was raised Jewish with roots in an Orthodox family from Germany and Austria. My dad is the first person in our family to be born in America. My mom is one of 11 kids from a staunchly Catholic Mexican family. Growing up, what we did depended on who we were with.
As architects, we hear this word a lot. No, there isn’t enough money; No, the code won’t allow it; No the budget won’t permit it; and the ever popular No, I don’t like it. I have a friend who occasionally reminds me that “NO!” can be a complete sentence.