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Hidden Benefits of Including Energy Conservation in Home Renovation Design
My first architecture adventures were in designing and building Solar Greenhouses and Passive Solar Homes. Three decades later, my enthusiasm for eco-friendly design continues. Now, I’m also designing renovations for “aging in place”. At this time in my clients’ lives, they’re thinking ahead to a living on a fixed income. There is a wide spectrum of energy saving moves which can add up to substantial savings. They’re interested in how to save money on energy and live comfortably. Both can be achieved!

Inspiring Design 

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Designer Colin Healy: Homes For Living Life To The Fullest
Colin Healy believes that our homes reflect our values, and that our values later in life are more important than ever. Colin’s core value is transforming lives through architecture and music. By day, he reinvents homes for his clients changing needs; by night, he plays in the Walkingwood Mandolin Quartet with some of his closest friends. He carries a harmonica in his pocket wherever he goes.

From the Studio 

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Hidden Benefits of Including Energy Conservation in Home Renovation Design
My first architecture adventures were in designing and building Solar Greenhouses and Passive Solar Homes. Three decades later, my enthusiasm for eco-friendly design continues. Now, I’m also designing renovations for “aging in place”. At this time in my clients’ lives, they’re thinking ahead to a living on a fixed income. There is a wide spectrum of energy saving moves which can add up to substantial savings. They’re interested in how to save money on energy and live comfortably. Both can be achieved!

In the Lab

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Ask Yourself at Least One of these Questions …
Sometimes checklists and marketing plans are not what you want. We asked around within Architect Marketing Institute (AMI) for alternatives. As you transition from 2017 to 2018, try searching out the answers to one or more of these questions and then following up: