Two books we highly recommend:
Probably the most important additions to the spirit and science of building. These books describe a design process that flows intuitvely from the end user(s) and supports the cultivation of that elusive, but tangible sense of when a space feels 'right.' We know it right away and we can tell when it's there or not, but articulating it can be a challenge. The Timeless Way of Building describes how we can do this, and A Pattern Language is a bold initial foray into describing some of these life-supporting-nourishing patterns and how they may show up in cities, towns and buildings. Brilliant work. Our past customers who have embraced this process are now enjoying homes that beautifully reflect their own values and needs.
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Residential and Commerical Remodeling in Asheville, NC.