Dean R. Camlin Featured in “Metro Architect”

Posted on Nov 28, 2014

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Frozen Music

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

“I call architecture frozen music.” – Goethe Continuing this thought by the famous polymath and author of Faust, I have long viewed the best of architects as the composers and conductors of built symphonies. Using rhythms of structural framing, melodies of material textures, and chords of light, these architects really do create works rivaling the […]

Cost-Effective Strategies for Home Improvement

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

In the current housing market, many homeowners are finding it difficult to attract buyers, thus preventing them from selling their houses and moving up to obtain a better place. As you think for the first time about renovating or adding to your home, you may not know where to begin. Should you contact an architect? […]

The Buildings I’d Like To Design

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

When people I meet find out I’m an architect, one of their first questions is, “Do you specialize in any type of building?” I think they really want to know whether I just design houses, or whether I’ve done anything famous. My stock response these days is, “I’ll design any building for you!” With the […]

The Powers of SuperArchitect!

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

Whenever I am figuring up a design fee or working on a construction cost estimate, I often recall some of the design problems assigned in architecture school. Of course, the purpose of these was to teach us about the basic principles of architectural design. My professors would often cite the three ideals of building design […]

Architecture in Hollywood

Posted on Nov 21, 2014

Unlike the women and children, he was of no value to the bad guys as a hostage. Aware that he could interfere with their plans, they had left him tied up and locked in an empty office, thinking they would be long gone by the time he’d be discovered. But they didn’t count on his […]

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