As your Charlotte, NC architect, I will design your home incorporating sensible, meaningful, and sustainable elements.
Architect in Charlotte – When you have decided to build a new home, you may have many ideas about the style, layout and details of the finished product. You draw from your previous experience and know the small things that will make your house feel like home. Before you begin building, it is important to have an architect design and draw your home, so you can visualize specific elements and make adjustments to get the perfect home design.
As the architect for your new home, I use three core principles to guide my design:
- Meaningful Architecture – Your home is more than just a roof and walls. Your home is designed to provide a beautiful representation of you and your family from the inside out. As your architect, I will take the time to design your home including details that are significant and meaningful.
- Sensible Building – An architect understands that your home must be affordable and functional. I design homes with this in mind, so you will walk into your new home with the sense that your resources were used wisely while creating the space you have been imagining at its peak functionality.
- Thoughtful Sustainability – Today, more than ever, having a home that uses sustainable resources and is energy efficient is at the forefront of our minds. My job is to provide thoughtful solutions for your home’s sustainability, so you will know you are protecting the environment and maximizing your resources.
As your Charlotte, NC architect, I will design your home incorporating sensible, meaningful, and sustainable elements. Contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, today. As a licensed contractor and architect, my objective is to create a design that enhances your treasured idea of home. I will work with you through every phase of your building project to ensure your dream home becomes a reality.
Paul B. Clark, Architect proudly serves Charlotte, Catawba, Lake Norman, Lincoln, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, North Carolina.