We live in an aware, intelligent, beautiful and benevolent universe. Does your home reflect this?
Most houses are designed without anyone specific in mind. It is a generic structure consisting of so many square feet, bedrooms, bathrooms, etc. More money buys more square footage and nicer materials, but even the nicest house can still be cold and impersonal, dictating how a person fits into it.
Architecture, whether a person is aware of it or not, subtly influences the inhabitant for better or worse.
I believe a home should listen and conform to you and enhance and encourage you. A home is personal. It is a reflection of you, an extension of you and your family.
Here are some core questions to consider when designing:
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