Over 1200 signed up for today’s webinar! Michael F. Malinowski AIA
This unassuming single piece of paper is the culmination of years of work, millions of dollars, and thousands of man hours. This “Part 3 approval” certifies that the WAL project meets the Secretary of Interior Standards, and thus qualifies for the Historic Tax Credits – which were long ago spent during the course of the project construction. Whew! Architect Michael F. Malinowski AIA Historic Consultant Paula Boghosian Developer CFY Development/Ali Youssefi Lead Project Partner
GETTING TO YES! September 16th Webinar by MFMalinowski How to effectively use Code Alternate Means and Methods and Permit Streamlining
http://www.imove.com/american-homes-through-the-decades 115 years of American home: a graphic timeline
Daughter Tessa ends one adventure . another to begin soon .
More than a half decade after completion, this contemporary project on Kenneth off Winding Way (designed by your truly) still looks great! Hard to believe is was a remodel of a ranch house. It’s quite catchy even on Google, in my humble opinion! Michael F. Malinowski AIA
Narrow/wide siding was used in Sacramento in the 1920’s – see the attached cottage on 19th Street – and we used it a decade ago in this new home in Sierra Oaks Vista that still looks great today – with hardy siding (cement board).
This part of a second story addition project can be scary for both homeowners and neighbors . with rain coming tomorrow, the next challenge for the builder is to create a temporary framework to support a tarp . In about 9 months, this house will look ‘whole’ again, but a new second story – and with the same cute form as the 1930’s original eclectic tudor.