design_play- ANGLES IN THE BOX HOME by Annabelle Guldner

check out these 3D photos of one of our most innovative architectural design projects yet! this design is currently under construction and coming to life! can’t wait to show you photos of the finished home!

below are the floor plans. even though the exterior design is kept simple the space planning on the interior showcases angles and interestingly shaped spaces to reflect the vast nature of the landscape and its views where this house will be located. at 1600 SF this home is a perfect example of efficient living.

floor plans for the ANGLES IN A BOX HOME

floor plans for the ANGLES IN A BOX HOME

construction_play - CABINETS INSTALLATION by Annabelle Guldner

We are so thrilled to see the cabs going in! This is always a big step forward for a client and they can see a transformation! Can’t wait for Friday when the counters are getting measured!

design_play - LIVE A S.M.A.R.T LIFE by Annabelle Guldner

Have a look at the video below. It’s a quick 5 minute clip that asks the right questions…

These ideas are not new, this TED TALK happened was in 2011. And what has happened? Out footprint has grown even bigger. We have accumulated even more stuff, and spend even more money to store it. Why? Status? Reputation? Fear of missing out? What is it that makes us so eager to live in spaces that account for every occasion that might never actually happen, and ever so willing to spend money on the unknown. Wouldn’t that money be better spent on you and your actual every-day lifestyle? On the things that you DO use every single day. On the quality craftsmanship of finishes. The ethical manufacturing and sourcing of building materials? On features that cut utility costs and reserve energy? On the functionality and efficiency of space?

We can live better on a smaller footprint. But the design has to offer that. Have a look at the 1200 SF home for a retired couple. One level living, a gorgeous kitchen and nice master suite, everything is accessible, everything is designed for how they use their home. And the heart of their home is the kitchen. They are no wasted spaces, no hall ways. Their passion is cooking and entertaining. If you look at this 1200 Sf home can you see how through prioritizing, rationalizing, and analyzing we can arrive at a result that creates a smaller footprint and gives them exactly what they want and need. Why not S.M.A.R.T.?



The things we become attached to are so ephemeral in comparison to the experiences we want and need to have in our homes. They are what make us happy. The activities within our home and how well they can be acted out is what counts. And bigger spaces are not the solution. Smaller, multi-functional, efficient and SMART spaces are the solution. They are the sustainable solution. S.M.A.R.T. - Small, Multi-functional, Analytical, Rational, Timeless. Live a SMART life and be happy!

If you are interested in talking with us and brainstorm about down sizing and SMART living environments please get in touch with us!

design_play - TRANSFORMATION in PROGRESS by Annabelle Guldner

The renovation in the Broadmoor area is in full bloom and we are moving ahead with all our structural modifications! The electrical rough in is almost completed with all new lighting, switch and outlet locations! The plumbing rough is done!

We are super happy with the progress and love seeing this baby develop into something special!

material_play - COLOR AND TEXTURE STUDY3 by Annabelle Guldner

color study dark sunroom windows.jpg


We are trying out some more themes for the mountain-modern custom home that is in the framing stage now! We will see where it will take us! Interior selection are following!

I have 2 new home designs starting up and I’m so excited, because they are unique and challenging! Stay tuned for some preliminary 3d views and volume studies!

construction_play - SAVANNAH PROGRESS by Annabelle Guldner

A single family home in Savannah is in the framing stage!

Construction progress of the southern charming home we designed for a family of four!

Look at the progress on the Savannah home we designed. The first floor walls are up and it’s really starting to take shape! This is the view as you enter the driveway and approach the house. We are so excited to see it develop and come to life!