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Open, uncluttered spaces filled with natural light, panoramic views, and easy access to the outdoors... Clean lines, clear volumes, and sensual materials in their natural form... The knowledge that you’re conserving energy and natural resources and reducing costs... That’s the kind of environment that just makes you feel good about life. We place so much emphasis on how our homes and work spaces look, but how they make us feel is just as important, don’t you think? Our living environment should be warm and comfortable and nourish who we are. It should be our sanctuary that shields us from stress. And it should provide us with space for socializing with family and friends when we want to or retreating to privacy when we need to. Similarly, our workspaces should inspire us, energize us, and give us something restful to consider or contemplate (a beautiful view, perhaps) when we need to pause and think. Everyone deserves good spaces derived from good ideas. Modern, energy-efficient design provides all the good ideas you can imagine, whether you’re building from the ground up or renovating an existing structure. That’s why Arielle Condoret Schechter, Architect, PLLC, AIA, designs Modern, energy-efficient homes and buildings of all types and sizes in the Triangle region – in Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, Cary, and Carrboro -- and throughout North Carolina from the coast to the mountains. And among her residential designs are Net Zero/Net Positive Passive houses with data and certifications that prove their success at providing as much or more energy than the houses require. Now that’s a good idea! (We design some other interesting things, too. While you’re here, be sure to check out “Other Services.”)
Hutch Johnson has had a passion for design since he was 5 years old. Drawing inspiration from everything and everyone around him, he decided to make a career of it. Hutch graduated cum laude from the School of Design at North Carolina State University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture. He went on to complete a professional degree with a Bachelor of Architecture from the School of Design in 1984. He established WHJ Design, Inc., in 1988. Specializing in Residential Design, Hutch’s approach to any project is client-centered. He makes it a priority to listen to individual wants and needs, and finds a way to best incorporate them into an immensely creative, practical and aesthetically pleasing design. Always happy to offer advice, Hutch makes sure he’s meeting the goals of his client rather than his own. Hutch has never met a project he couldn’t tackle. Hutch’s broad vision allows him to work with a large spectrum of client personalities and tastes, with any budget, on projects from a front door to a unique horse barn to a 15,000 square foot home. While the majority of work he does is in North Carolina, Hutch has also worked on many projects up and down the east coast, from Florida to the coast of Maine. He’s always willing to work on projects at any location, on any terrain — from the mountains to the coast and the flatland in between.
We are O’Brien Atkins Fostering lasting relationships with our clients. O’Brien Atkins is the inaugural winner of the American Institute of Architects North Carolina Firm of the Year award which is based on a verifiable level of client satisfaction for a period of at least 10 years. The firm has an enviably high rate of repeat client business establishing long term relationships. At O’Brien Atkins, we believe in… – We are a business and will behave and make project and firm decisions accordingly and with honesty and integrity. – We are a self-sustaining firm with an identity and life focused on leading in the evolution of design services. – Creative solutions that include and extend beyond the traditional aesthetic role of architecture. – Leading, educating, managing and challenging clients. – The power of collaboration is greater than the power of the individual. – Exceptionally talented people serving the needs of the firm. – Equitable relationships between employees and the firm that acknowledge commitments to lives beyond work.
Durham-based Belk Architecture specializes in Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse. Founded in 1981, this intimately sized, hands-on firm has been dedicated to the pursuit of timeless design in both historic and new construction, commercial and residential. Specialties Adaptive Reuse, Architecture, Historic Preservation Website http://www.belkarchitecture.net Industry Architecture & Planning Type Privately Held Headquarters 735 Ninth Street Durham, NC 27705 United States Company Size 1-10 employees Founded 1981
Isley Hawkins Architecture, founded originally in 1969 as Isley Architects, has a broad range of experience including local government projects, and has specialized in design of healthcare and institutional facilities. For more than 25 years, principals Nathan Isley and Malcolm Hawkins have been providing design services to city, county, and state governments, as well as private institutions. Our expertise across a wide variety of renovations, additions, and new construction influences every project Isley Hawkins designs. A managing principal is involved in each project throughout the entire process, ensuring the highest level of care and attention throughout each project.
Gurlitz Architectural Group, PA, is a certified small business, full-service architectural firm located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The firm provides planning and design for a wide range of governmental, private, corporate, and institutional clients. Founded in 1988, the firm has always pursued an uncompromising commitment to exceptional design and client service. Gurlitz Architectural’s past performance includes a wide variety of project types and design applications. Our experience includes providing detailed design services for both new construction and renovations. Our project profiles include corporate, governmental, health care, education, retail and institutional type facilities. Gurlitz also provides project management and quality control services on the majority of our projects; ensuring that the construction is performed at the highest quality level possible and in accord
Ellen’s architectural design experience began in 1983, she began working in the Triangle in 1992 and in 1999 she became the principal of her own firm in Durham. She focuses on creating projects that contribute to vibrant urban neighborhoods that minimize sprawl, while prioritizing modern and sustainable spaces. She received her Bachelor's of Environmental Design degree from Texas A & M University and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to moving to the Triangle, she worked for four years in Paris with Christian de Portzamparc, past winner of the Pritzker Prize (a worldwide award given annually for a career of exceptional architectural design). In 1994, she joined Frank Harmon Architect, a nationally recognized firm located in Raleigh, where she worked on a variety of projects including the North Carolina Museum of Art Amphitheater and Gift shop, St. Matthews Parrish House, Durham Friends School, as well as many residences. Throughout her career, Ellen has collaborated with architects, artists and clients to design and build single- and multi-family homes, commercial, religious and educational buildings. She is adept at listening to different perspectives and assimilating them into appropriate design solutions. Ellen co-teaches the architectural design/build studio at North Carolina State University in the College of Architecture. She also volunteers time with Durham Area Designers, Downtown Durham Inc. and the Durham Rotary. She is actively involved with various mentorship programs in the Durham Public Schools and NCSU College of Design. Ellen and her husband, Frank Konhaus, created a home-based artist's residence and exhibitions program in 2009 at Cassilhaus, their home in Orange County.
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