House Plans, Charlotte, NC

I create house plans that allow you to begin your journey to the perfect Charlotte, NC home.

House PlansHouse Plans in Charlotte – If you’ve been thinking about building a home and have specific needs or wants, having an architect create house plans can help you visualize and make adjustments before you begin the building process. Although it is easy to imagine what functional and design elements will work best, having those ideas on paper make adjustments and unexpected problems easier to address.

As your architect, I create house plans that allow you to begin your journey to the perfect home.

  • Discussion of Your Overall Vision – Before beginning your house plans, we will discuss your vision and the elements that are most important in the creation of your home. This may include specific architectural design, the way in which your rooms function, and important details related to sustainability and energy efficiency.
  • Prepare Multiple Sketches – I will prepare multiple sketches as part of your house plans, so you can see your ideas come to life and make necessary adjustments in your design. Sketches and drawings allow you to visualize design elements more easily, as well as correct or change elements that may not work once you have seen them on paper.
  • Incorporate Biophilic Elements – Biophilic design incorporates our innate sense of life and the importance of nature to us as human beings. This will allow your home and its surrounding landscape to optimize its space and energy use while maintaining its sense of “home.”

As your architect, my goal is to create house plans that utilize your design elements with their optimum functionality, so when your build begins, you will have no question about what your home will look like when it is complete. Contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, today to discuss your vision and develop a plan for your new Charlotte home.

Paul B. Clark, Architect designs house plans in Charlotte, Catawba, Lake Norman, Lincoln, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, North Carolina.