Learning by Doing – it’s the Taliesin Way.

In February while Michael was attending a meeting at Taliesin West, he saw the wonderful center pieces being created for the dining room by Immersion student, Rob Rainone. He asked Rob “How can I get one or two of those”? In the true spirit of the Taliesin philosophy and the philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright, […]

What Statement Does Your Front Door Make?

After the initial overall impression, the front door is the first and single most important design statement a house will make. It is the first element that is seen up close by every guest who enters the house. The front door should set the tone, character and feeling the homeowners want to project to their […]

Project Feature: The Palm Residence in Syracuse, New York

One of my design philosophies is to take into consideration the site and climate of a project. With consideration for the golf course views and harsh New York winters, we accomplished the design of a home in Syracuse, New York that captures golf course views from each room and draws life from its natural surroundings […]

When Building a New Sustainable Building Consider . . .

•  The energy required to produce and transport the materials •  The toxicity of material •  Recyclability of the materials •  Durability and lifespan of the materials

What’s New in Architectural Products

Architectural grade LED linear is now available from GM Lighting. The flexible LED ribbon I an ETL listed, 50,000 hour LED product that delivers more performance per linear foot than any equivalent light source. It provides even illumination without any shadowing or dark spots and is available in standard and high output versions. The ribbon […]