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The Design Process

The design process for completing a custom home consists of four steps. Although this process can differ between firms and clients, the steps for A Classical Studio involve: Programming and Investigation, Schematic Design, Design Development, and Construction Development. Ou

Top 5 Georgia Lakes to Build your Lake House

With fall quickly approaching, the time has come to reminisce on the great summer memories that have passed. Days on the lake, fishing, boating, and relaxing with your family and friends. A sure indicator that it might be time to actually build that lake house you've been dr

Step by Step: How to Collaborate Between Client and Designer/Architect using Pinterest/Houzz

Step by Step: How to Collaborate Between Client and Designer/Architect Houzz   For the client Once you are signed in, click on your profile icon at the top of the page where it says “Your Houzz”- This should bring up all of the “Ideabooks” the you

A Trip to Bulloch Hall

Last week, our team at A Classical Studio took a trip to view Bulloch Hall located in Historic Roswell, GA. This beautiful example of Greek revival architecture is a great source of inspiration and influence for what we now recognize as part of our Classical heritage. A Clas

Master Bath Remodel

Let's face it, you want your home to feel as comfortable as possible. Whether you are in it for the long haul or looking to sell, eventually you will need to start thinking about home improvement. But what's first? The Master Bath of course! This recently renovated Maste

The Club at 12 Oaks: The Clubhouse

A Classical Studio was commissioned to design the clubhouse and landscape for the new clubhouse in The Club at 12 Oaks in North Carolina, a luxury golf and residential neighborhood. The immaculate grounds and golf course, created by the legendary artists at Nicklaus Design

A Modern House with a Classical Feel

Modern homes are not often considered classical, but you might be surprised that certain elements are very similar. This home is going to certainly look and feel modern, with exposed edges, expansive spaces and large open windows, images that would typically pop into your mi

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