Architecture vs. Landscape Architecture
In may ways the field of Landscape Architecture and Architecture are very similar. For instance, I have had the privilege of taking a multitude of overlapping college level courses related to the field of architecture. From site design and architectural principals to an education in using SketchUp, AutoCAD and various 3D modeling software. Beyond the education and skills training, a career in Landscape Architecture forces one to understand spacial and dimensional requirements of human beings. My career has enabled me to provide a lot more than just planting design.
Over the course of my career I have provided architectural designs for residential and small commercial clients on numerous occasions. My work has included office interiors, office additions, home plans and renovation plans for porches, decks, bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms. I have the skills necessary to complete many types of architecture projects.
Contact me via email for services including home renovation and exterior additions.
My Past Significant Architectural Clients:
Georgia Governor Roy Barnes – Office addition and interior renovation done through builder ResCom.
ARC President – Tad Liethad – Deck and outdoor kitchen/bar/dining area and interior laundry room renovation.
ResCom, Inc. – Multiple set of renovation permit plans for small and medium residential renovation projects. Including room additions, additional floors, site plans and more.
Amenity Architects, LLC. – Provided renovation plans, floor plans, addition plans and permit drawings for several “flip” projects.
Recivlize, Inc. – Provided architectural drafting and renderings for client provided sketches.
Seagrass Landscape, Inc. – Provided floor plans, elevations and permit drawings for muliple pool cabana buildings which typically included outdoor kitchens, bathrooms, and more.
Houle Residence – Designed pool bathroom addition including permit drawings.
Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon – Designed outdoor kitchen building.
Urban Blu, Inc. - Designed concepts and floor plan for an amenity building featuring gym, yoga studio, bathrooms, lockers, club area, outdoor kitchen and more.
Please note that I am not a registered Architect and my services are generally limited to basic floor plans, elevations and interior elevations of private homes. In jurisdictions where a registered Architect is required to prepare plans you will need to consult with an AIA registered or licensed architect. For projects requiring an engineer’s stamp I have colleagues with whom I work that may be able to provide the required stamped drawings.