My modern house plans in Charlotte are centered on conservation and sustainability.
Modern House Plans in Charlotte – When you are considering modern house plans and how to incorporate the right architectural elements in your new Charlotte, North Carolina home, it is important to consider the elements of sustainability and our innate sense of life. Architecture plays an important role in the overall feel of a home and the landscape surrounding it. When it comes to developing modern house plans that incorporate these elements while also reflecting the details most important to you, contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, for your project. When it comes to unique and sustainable home designs, no two plans are the same.
We work to include three major elements in your modern house plans that will achieve the best end result:
- Sustainable Design – When creating modern house plans, it is important to incorporate sustainable elements that encourage livability, restoration, and connection with the community. When you work with me, I will develop the appropriate architectural elements to create a house with these elements, so you have a true sense of “home.”
- Biophilia –As humans, our innate love of life itself is called Biophilia. We enjoy being connected with the living systems that surround us in nature. Using Biophilia in your modern house plans integrates functional space with our need to be surrounded by environmental traits.
- Conservation – As a society that has begun to place increased importance on caring for the environment, I believe your home functions its best when it is designed to conserve materials, water, land, and energy. My modern house plans are centered on conservation and sustainability.
Contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect at PBC Architect, today so we can begin creating your modern house plans in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. My objective is to achieve a functional and sustainable design that enhances your treasured idea of home.
Paul B. Clark, Architect designs modern house plans in Charlotte, Catawba, Lake Norman, Lincoln, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, North Carolina.