Category Archives: New House

Clear Communication

We just recently completed a set of plans for a 6400 sq. ft. home with full (unfinished) basement, 3-car garage, elevator, 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths, and many extra amenities. I can’t wait to see the completed project! But to get to completion, the crews need clear direction on how they are to dig, frame, […]

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Starting Over Never Looked So Good!

It really is a sad story. Someone carelessly threw out a cigarette and started a house fire. This client’s house was ruined, and so were their lives. After discussing their needs and goals with them, this 3d concept design is what we’ve presented to them for their new home.

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Aging in Place With Our Family

Aging in place is gaining popularity among our discerning clients. They want the comfort of their home, but want to live on one level for ease of mobility. Our most recent project is schedule for construction in the spring of 2013 and our clients are looking forward to downsizing. This universal home is design for […]

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A New Home With Amazing Therapy

The 10,000 s.f. foundation poured incorrectly and soon after the homeowner fired the firing the architect and the structural engineer because they fail to perform. DSI stepped up to help this family who was struggling to design a universal home for their son with MS (muscular dystrophy). He was twelve year old when diagnosed with […]

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A great house start with a great idea

2006 we were asked to design an aging in place home for an active senior with family nearby. After one three hour discussing about her needs and goals we set off to design her home. After our first presentation she asked the general contractor, “when can you start building my dream home”?

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