Joy!

This month, the Gelotte Hommas Architecture office is decked out in holiday cards from our clients, contractors, and consultants. We find great joy in the relationships we’ve built over the years, and each holiday card we receive reminds us of a distinct story—your story!

Holiday cards from contractors and consultants line our office.

Our clients invite us to help shape their homes, and our contractors and consultants join us on the journey to create a distinct sense of place for each client. We can’t help but become attached to the people we encounter through this process, so it brings us joy to know that you remembered us in your holiday greetings. There’s no greater gift to us than to know you’re enjoying the holiday season within the warmth of your home.

Holiday cards from contractors and consultants line our office.

It’s for this same reason that we also love sending holiday cards. Last week, we gave you a look back on our holiday card tradition. This week, we’ll give you a brief look at our 2016 holiday card.

Holiday cards from contractors and consultants line our office.

Scott Hommas and Daniel Carpenter collaborated to craft stylized images of the tools of the architecture trade. Compasses, pencils, paintbrushes, and pens merge to create truly unique snowflakes against a wintery blue background.

In addition to an expression of gratitude to our clients, contractors, and consultants, this card is a preview of things to come in the GHA family. We invite you to journey with us into the new year and to watch for several exciting announcements. But for now, we wish you the happiest of holiday seasons!

Holiday cards from contractors and consultants line our office.

We thank you for remembering us in this holiday season, and we wish you all the best this Christmas weekend!

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