2018 in Review

It’s getting real. 2018 is coming to an end, and we’re taking a look back on what’s happened. Ask An Architect We kicked off the year with our friends at AIA Seattle. Along with fellow architect Matt Hutchins at CAST Architecture, we spent an afternoon discussing what it takes to build a house and taking …

Eric Drivdahl and the WSU Mentor Day

We admit it: we love architecture. The opportunities for creativity, precision, overcoming challenges, sketches brought to life…they thrill us. And we love sharing our creative passion with others. Last fall, Washington State University grad Eric Drivdahl returned to his alma mater to share his experience with aspiring architectural designers. Mentorship It was WSU’s first ever …

The Future of Home Design

Each year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) holds a home design competition for collegiate architects. They inspire students to design innovative residential spaces along a specific theme. This year’s theme: “Here + Now.” AIA encouraged student architects to envision homes in light of “context, culture, and vernacular, but fully embracing 21st century technology and …

The 7 Stages of Residential Architectural Design – An Info-graphic

From start to finish there are quite a lot of details that go into the design, and then build out processes of residential architecture. This can take anywhere from 6 months to 3 years depending on the size and complexity of the project. Whether remodeling your guest bathroom, or designing a 35,000 sq. ft home …

A GHA home is going to be featured in Luxe Magazine next month!

We just found out today that one of our projects Classic on the Green is being featured in Luxe Magazine next month! The article is on Steven Hensel, the interior Designer. We are stoked this project will be getting a highlight. Congratulations Steven Hensel! Find this issue of Luxe Magazine on newsstands next month!