Architect’s View

To insure all aspects of a home or building are integrated to complement each other, always taking into account the clients needs and wishes. All of this while maintaining beauty, functionality, and environmental integrity.

Solar and geothermal energy sources fit this scenario by allowing the architect to achieve these goals without adding to atmospheric or thermal pollution.

That, coupled to the aesthetic advantage of no chimneys, flues, air conditioning outdoor condensers, or unsightly cooling towers, which always make his or her job harder.

In fact, since the “fuel tank” for a geothermal system is in effect a common drilled water well it can be located in very little space, such as the distance between a city building and the sidewalk, as little as 3 feet. All that can be seen above the ground is a well cap, and even this can have plants or decorations around it.

Contact us if you are interested in working together on your client’s project.