64 Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers

Lakeshore, MS Architects are masters of building design and can make your dream house a reality. Perhaps you would like to find Lakeshore, MS architects to help you extend the kitchen and install bifold doors opening out onto a newly landscaped garden? Maybe the challenge is a loft conversion but you’re not sure how to make the most of the limited space up there? You might even wish to hire architects in Lakeshore, MS to help you build your own house from the ground up. Architects can help you to get a clearer idea of what is possible, both in terms of the land you own and the budget you have. They have extensive knowledge of architectural design, construction methods and building materials, not to mention a strong appreciation of ergonomics – warmth, light and flow within a property. Architects will also be far more capable of seeing the bigger picture – carefully balancing aesthetic appeal with structural safety – and navigating all those little steps from concept through to completion. And with their local knowledge, your Lakeshore, MS architects will also often help to obtain planning permission and building regulations approval. More

Featured Reviews for Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers

HH Furr Architecture & Development
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
9 July 2013
“HH Furr Architecture & Development designed and oversaw the construction of our 2800 sq ft, two-story home in Ocean Springs, MS. We love it! There are so many interesting architectural details--I smile every time I see it. This is our "forever home." Henry Furr is very easy to work with. We told him we wanted a home that made use of every bit of our space, and he gave us exactly that. Plus, he added lots of great details and features that I would not have thought of. And I felt so much more comfortable having him oversee the construction as well. All in all, working with HH Furr Architecture & Development was a great experience!”
Watters Architecture
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
29 December 2012
“I could not recommend Watters Architecture more highly. Leah has an amazing talent for listening to what I (and other clients) want, drawing a picture and turning those conversations and pictures into examples of exactly what I want. As a builder/remodeling contractor, we have collaborated on projects as diverse as minor remodels, new home construction, major additions and renovations of existing homes, the construction of a commercial bookstore-coffee shop and total renovation/rebuilding of a 3000 square foot Hurricane Katrina-damaged church 400 feet from the Gulf of Mexico, a project that became a 7400 square foot church raised 14 feet in the air on carefully designed piers. Her vision and thorough attention to details made this $2 million project a very visible example of rebuilding on the Coast. We have worked with Leah regularly for over 5 years and I look forward to dealing with Watters Architecture on a continuing basis.”
Edward H. Wikoff Architect AIA, NCARB
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
17 February 2013
“Complete architectural and design services/project management for the renovation of a 1930s mission style home in the New Orleans area.”
redesign architectural studios
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
15 October 2015
“Aaron did such great job on my kitchen, living room and bathroom! He turned the images in my head into actual plans for my contractors. He will be doing the balance of my remodel! Any time there was a change on-site, he adjusted it so that we had current plans. Just ask him for his work! You will see the quality! I am incredibly picky and he was better than anything I could have imagined. He met every deadline and was reasonable. I only wish I had more finished photos.”
Parker Design & Management, LLC
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
22 February 2015
“We met Don 2 years ago with ideas to build our dream home. He worked closely with us and our builder to adapt our home plan to our lot. Great attention was placed on preserving the natural landscape and numerous 100+ year old live oaks. Several months into the design, we totally changed plans and adapted a second home plan to the lot.Don was extremely easy to work with and provided excellent and comprehensive plans. He personally visited the site several times before construction and during construction to see how the lines on paper became our home.”
unabridged Architecture
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
3 March 2016
“Experts in sustainable/resilient design. Unabridged has unparalleled knowledge in building in storm-prone areas. Residential and commercial design and construction. Helpful and easy to work with.”
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Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
27 June 2013
“The Concept: D A R K TEMPTATION The site selected had a good corner location which opened to the road. The walls were brought down and clear glasses adorned the beauty of the parlour . As initial concepts dark colour schemes were thought on, then with much thought and the ambience that we wanted to create the darker tones of brown and white were finalised even using their glossy versions at places. With the use of such tones at the end the warm lighting showed off clearly and gave a cosy chic look to the parlour . When one envisions an ice cream parlour , it is often bright and complacent with an inviting aura to it. But this Dairy Don refutes to all of one’s Notions of a snug cosy ice cream parlour with dark foreboding space . Yet, it manages to capture one’s interest spurring them on to discover a whole new world all together . The dark walls camouflage the activity within providing the necessary privacy . At the same time , with a specific use of chocolate colour , the ambience of the funky ice cream parlour is conspicuous. Since space was a matter of Concern specified by the client, the seating in the parlour is arranged along the periphery , imparting an illusion of space in an otherwise small area of 620sq.ft. The plan is basic with all its spaces well defined with respect to their function. The service and cash counter are planned in a way that screens the ancillary spaces of the kitchen and storage. When in a dark room, one often experiences a sense of fear. But once colour and light are introduced in the right measure, the space gradually turns magical, bringing out the child within just as an ice cream would. The idea must have been to urge the customer to be more accepting of what is not always the norm. The space has achieved its unique pattern of contrasts that ingeniously conflate. As one is consumed by darkness, colour emerge, transporting one to a whole new dimension where light weds shadow and subtly urge one to create a world of fantasy. And that fantasy comes with an idea of chocolate, that embellish the whole parlour and that essential idea of melting chocolate can be seen clearly from the ceiling to the walls. The colourful panels are adding essence to it. The client’s requirement was to have their own private space within the parlour which is the most exposed part of the parlour area situated on the entrance so company’s logo is used in such a way that gives intact privacy to the owner and on the other hand the brand name can be seen in the entrance. A linear passage can be seen through the entrance so it was thought to emphasize the rest of the area and the deck is created as a result of that bourn. Passage and deck is segregated with the adoption of dark brown and light grey wooden flooring accordingly. The red chairs are adding an ambience to that light wooden floor and being eye catchy to the customers and at the same time it is breaking the monotony of dark space.”
Rebecca Kennedy Interiors
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
3 October 2015
“Ms. Kennedy did an amazing job at redesigning my living room and adjoining breakfast area. The area looks twice the size and I can now enjoy my collection of shore birds. I love the sea shore colors of blue, white and yellow. The rooms have come alive and is absolutely beautiful !!!”
Architect Keleal S. Hassin, Jr.
Lakeshore, MS Architects and Building Designers
6 November 2017
“After watching Keleal work for 40 years, I can wholeheartedly endorse his design ability and work ethic. A half century of client satisfaction in commercial and residential design including restoration and remodeling following Hurricane Katrina on the Mississippi gulf coast pretty much speaks for itself. He is especially adroit in the esthetic of modern traditional interior design as evidenced in his residence which was featured in Coastal Magazine; he’s the type of architecture who follows through with interior design, if desired. If supervising your project, contractor beware! LOL. He’ll make sure your project is completed as designed. We are current involved in the behinning phase of a new residence design to be completed in Summit, MS.”
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