Wednesday, August 7, 2013
"A million thanks for the transformation of an ugly, too small, also run down property to one that is arguably the jewel of the neighborhood. I so appreciate your attention to detail from the day we started to talk concepts to completion of the last item on the punch list - which was completed to the very last item. Almost weekly I get someone stopping by out of the blue to comment on how great the property looks and ogle at the incredible melding of the old structure and the addition. Many do not believe anything was added as it is impossible to tell if you were not familiar with the old structure what is new and what was existing. Your team did an outstanding job respecting my plea to tear up the yard as little as possible allowing me to rehab the yard in one season. I also want to comment on the quality of your contractors from the excavation guy to the framer/finish and electrical folks all were top notch professionals – they all did excellent, quality work.
The architectural concept to reality is so accurate – right down to the flower beds and hanging plants, that anyone wondering what their addition might look like would have absolute confidence the project will turn out as advertised. All in all it turned out better than I could have imagined and I absolutely love it."
~ Russ Todd | Boise, Idaho
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
A modern home in Boise Idaho designed by Tad Jones, Architect and built by the owners Todd & Tobey Jinkins. The owners were very hands on and were a pleasure to work with. These photos were taken at an open house to celebrate the completion of the project.
We designed some new baseball dugouts for the City of Star, Idaho. The materials and design match some of the other Civic buildings that we have designed in the past for the City and are based on the Pacific Northwest Style of Architecture. I went out the baseball fields earlier this week and it was really gratifying to see so many people enjoying themselves and spending time together using the baseball fields and the new dugouts.
Below is a video that we put together that illustrates the 3d modeling and visualization process and the completed project.