Architecture plays a major role in terms of the function, feel, and fluidity of a new home in Mooresville.
Architecture of the past and present is influenced by many things, such as the time, place, and cultural references that were and are important to us. Architecture can easily be used to determine a building’s history and significance, and the intricate details are part of what makes each building unique. Preserving architectural elements not only inspires our newest designs, but also enhances our ideas, art, and workmanship.
When it comes to building a home, the architecture plays a major role in function, feel, and fluidity. When you work with me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, I can incorporate the architectural elements that are most important to you, so your new house feels like home.
There are several ways in which I can incorporate architectural elements from the outside in. For example, using biophilic design, I integrate natural elements that enhance and accentuate our innate love of living systems. With the recent emphasis on sustainability and conservation, I understand that your architectural design will function best when materials, water, land, and energy are utilized most efficiently. Through the use of sustainable design, I can restore and connect all important elements, so your home provides a place of the rest, community connection, and comfort.
As you consider the architecture of your home in Mooresville, North Carolina, make sure to include those natural elements which enhance your treasured idea of home. You may also contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, to discuss your vision and develop a beautiful architectural plan to meet your needs.