I provide clients with a wide range of design solutions, from single family residential renovation and additions to whole house design. I take pride in designing to meet my client's desires and in matching the style of the existing home. The principles of good design apply to all home styles. For more of my work see my flickr page. Go to flickr.com and search my name.
Pool house and gathering space. Built between an existing pool and barn in Southern Delaware County. Interior highlights include a loft overlooking the gathering room, exposed timber roof framing, and clerestory windows. Key exterior elements: standing seam metal roof, timber-framed wrap-around porch, and outdoor rinse shower. (5 photos)
Two-story craftsman style addition. Designed to match the exisiting style of this home in Grandview. The addition included a second floor master suite, first floor family room and expanded kitchen. (4 photos)
Renovation of a cottage style home with a large addition that is discretely hidden behind the original house. . (8 photos)
The renovation of, and additition to, a small ranch home to convert it to Art deco styling. . (7 photos)
Addition to century-old home. A challenging project with several complex parameters including a tight lot and two distinctly different existing styles, Tudor and Gothic. The addition includes a kitchen, dining, bathroom, and master bedroom. (3 photos)
Two-story addition. This project in Dublin posed the unique challenge of using the existing two-story exterior deck structure as part of the design. The upper-floor addition increased living space with generous views of the treetops; the lower floor added home offices. The deck was rebuilt with added aesthetic details. (2 photos)
Whole house renovation and addition. Includes a new family room, kitchen, dinette, master suite and three-car garage.
Unique features include columned breezeway connector to garage and circular foyer. Bexley. (2 photos)
Contemporary whole-house design. This high-profile project in Upper Arlington was designed to meet the client’s desire for a look reminiscent of the classic contemporary homes of the '50s and '60s. The 3,500-square-foot home has flat roofs, extended eaves, 9-foot and 12-foot ceilings, and a second-floor study/loft with a rooftop terrace. (4 photos)
Expansive Bexley renovation. Highlights include a high-ceiling family room with clerestory windows and a covered outdoor entertainment area with built-in fireplace. (2 photos)


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