As we wrote in our first post titled “Atlanta, Where Urbanism and Sub-burbism Collide”, Atlanta is an elongated, suburban version of a dense US city making it different amongst cities like New York, Boston and DC. Atlanta is less dense in areas, making parts seem more suburban than urban. There is a lack of cohesive connection from one part of Atlanta to another.
By following sustainable design principles, designers can contribute to the reduction of negative environmental impacts. As a licensed architecture and interior design firm, we’ve taken an oath to design responsibly and sustainably.
Our culture is becoming increasingly aware of the importance of environmentally responsible architecture, interior design, and building. As a result, more and more of our clients seek to incorporate sustainable principles in their designs and interiors. There can be cost deterrents and benefits to adopting a sustainable approach to projects, which when done correctly, we feel that the pros negate the cons and result in a giant benefit overall.
Atlanta is arguably an elongated, suburban version of a dense US city making it different amongst cities like New York, Boston and DC. And as an architect and designer, we take on many Atlanta projects that have the goals of a residential home one might picture in "Stepford", Connecticut, yet we are placing it in dense, complex environments which create unique challenges.
Many would define modern architecture and interior design differently, but commonly it’s associated with having cubist traits and being comprised of hard angles and a lot of glass. At JBB, we believe that modern architecture and interiors are refined, soft, beautiful, useful and timeless. For us, modern architecture is centered around new ways to pull together technologies and materials, to invent something that is purely functional and new, and of course beautiful.
A wet room can undeniably add a wow factor to your home giving it a stylish, contemporary look. The latest wet room designs are fast becoming ‘must haves’ with homeowners keen to introduce a sense of luxury to their newly renovated bathrooms. But, can we believe the hype?