We talked with Tim Larson of La Casa Builders on what he loves about his work, where the opportunities are, and what trends he’s seeing. Q. How did you get started building? My dad tried to help me build things, but was horrible at it, I guess that got me started. I went into construction […]
This month, we’re highlighting one of our partners, architect Daniel Eastburn of Design Barbarians. Daniel’s “by the bootstraps” approach to his work plus his journey that has included both architecture and music (at the same time!) make him hard to pin down to a single style … and that’s just one of the things that’s […]
The People’s Bank in Verona (known as Banco Popolare di Verona) was designed by architect Carlo Scarpa in the early 1970s. I traveled to Italy for business, as the guest of the luxury window company, Brombal, in late September. One of the incredible locations we visited was this little bank. It’s a contemporary building sandwiched […]
In a contemporary home this is a wonderful solution, but you might be surprised by how it can be incorporated into more traditional or transitional homes as well.
Different styles of solar tiles are available such as Tuscan glass tile, Slate glass tile, Textured glass tile, and Smooth glass tile.
We were brought in by the builder to help with the finish selections and space planning, as well as fine tune some interior details
one of our recent projects was published in Su Casa Scottsdale.
While the payback period for the above products is short and the improvements relatively low-cost, outfitting your new home, or retrofitting your old home, will see paybacks for most sustainable options between under one year to as long as ten years.