Countertops are important. They go through a lot in a kitchen so the material needs to hold up to the ardors of life: the multitude of stains, scratches, and stresses, all the while bringing style to a new home.
Have you ever wondered why you do what you do? For our VP of Architecture, Jay Kallos, it’s a little bit of nature, a little bit of nurture. And three houses that tell the story of his love for architecture.
We’ve all fallen in love with a heartthrob on the big screen. It’s easy to get drawn into a movie or TV show and begin fantasizing. I cannot even begin to tell you how many times I have fallen in love watching a movie, and I must confess that one of my […]
When you travel to great cities like New York, Charleston, or San Francisco, you know where you are because of the built environment. Think of the architectural style of New York’s brownstones, the brick Victorians of […]