Residential Architecture is finding a balance between Architectural Design & Interior Design. Jack attributes his success in the field of Residential Architecture to his strong belief that this balance needs to blend the strengths of Architectural Design with the sensitivities of Interior Design. The result is a totally integrated, coordinated, finely detailed environment. From the way a house presents itself to a neighborhood, to exacting interior proportions and lighting, to the positioning of interior furnishings this approach has garnered Jack a large repeat clientele.
"I enjoy entertaining people and love homes that support human comfort and varied lifestyles. I believe that the basis for good design is a simple well-organized plan. I tend to lay out space in a very simple logical manner. This provides the opportunity for material changes and furniture layouts that are understated and timeless. A successful home should look great 10 years after its completion... just as good as the day the house was completed."
Jack is a graduate of Montana State University in Architecture and is a professional member of AIA. He attends the National AIA Conference yearly and is the winner of several awards for his residential design work.
Jack travels extensively studying the architecture and the design of cultures around the world adding to the depth of his knowledge and understanding of design. Jack's design practice is dedicated to total client satisfaction. "It is very rewarding to deliver a final product that is individual in its execution and that exceeds the client's expectations."