Architects Residential is One Way of Indicating that You are Looking for Residential Architects.
We created this post to help people find residential architects.
Architects residential may just be one way that people type what they are looking for into their browsers. First, a main professional term: architects, then a specialty: residential. We are here to help you find what you need: house design. Our company is all about designing homes.
Some people may ask is there any difference between the terms “home” and “residence?” No. There is no difference. The word “residence” might sound a little fancier, but in architectural terms, there is nothing to differentiate them.
So why are we bothering to talk about this? Because, according to Google statistics, about 19,000 of you actually type “architects residential” into your browsers each month, globally. We are here to help you find what you are looking for and we know that you mean: home architects and that is what we are and what we do. So let’s take a brief look at who some of these designers are, whatever you chose to call them, shall we?
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So You are Seeking Architects Residential. Here are a Few:
- Rand Soellner Architect
This firm specializes in designing custom homes. Rand Soellner Architect is synonymous with rustic elegance. Soellner designs timber frame homes, post and beam homes, mountain homes, log homes, castles, mansions, cottages, lakefront homes, Arts and Crafts homes, and also designs family village estates for extended family compounds.
- Gwathmey Siegel & Associates
This company designs elegant, ultra-modern white, mainly rectangular, flat-roofed commercial and residential projects. They were the architects for the large addition to the New York Guggenheim Museum. They enjoy creating very contemporary homes as well.
- Phillip Johnson
Mr. Johnson was a contemporary of Mies Van der Rohe, who championed the rectangular glass box approach for modern architecture in the United States in the middle of the 20th century, along with a clarity of design detailing. Mr. Johnson’s own glass house in Connecticut set the stage for a new type of glass house designs in the 20th century. Rand Soellner happens to appreciate Johnson’s house, even though Soellner doesn’t design homes that look like this. Frank Lloyd Wright once visited Mr. Johnson there and said something like: “Okay Phillip, here I am standing in your house, but am I really inside or outside?” This is paraphrasing. Mr. Wright’s point had to do with the nearly total plate glass enclosure surrounding the house. Wright was all about establishing a warmth hearth area in his homes and struggled to understand Johnson’s interesting solution. Mr. Johnson’s work is primarily commercial, with such projects as the AT&T Building in New York City. He enjoys designing homes as well.
- Mario Botta
This modern architect’s work is primarily commercial, and is strongly
influenced by the French architect LeCorbusier in the early to mid-2oth century. A home of his was featured in a nice coffee table book about scenic homes along with several of Rand Soellner’s recently. His home project was contemporary in design, in Switzerland.
- Steven Clack AIA/NCARB
Steve Clack was an employee and professional associate of Rand Soellner’s who worked on about half of Jurassic Park (Florida) with Mr. Soellner several years ago. Steve is a respected associate and friend of Soellner’s. They collaborate on architectural projects from time to time. Mr. Clack is in the Orlando area and designs homes, renovations, hotels, and other multi-family structures.
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links and resources:
The American Institute of Architects