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After we get your attention, our job isn't to win you over through a value proposition or sales pitch, it's more akin to a courtship where we both evaluate if we should get married.

The relationship between Client and Architect is defined ­as an "agency", which means we as professionals have an obligation to represent the interests of our clients as if we were an extension of you. We take an exorbitant amount of time before we even start designing to understand your wants and needs. And we will work tireless hours trying to make you as happy as possible. Much like a marriage, if one person isn't happy, it’s almost impossible for the other person to be happy.

This means that perhaps the single most important factor in our relationship is the single most important factor in any relationship: trust. You will be trusting us to create a design, trusting us with your finances, trusting us to lead a team, trusting us to meet your deadlines, and trusting us to have your best interests at heart the whole time.

This is why, once we get your attention by strutting our stuff, or perhaps a friend of yours recommends us, the proceeding process is more akin to a courtship than a product evaluation. We will be working together for a long period of time on perhaps the largest financial and stressful endeavor of your life. That’s why before you sign anything, we want to get to know you. We want to start with a conversation, and build a strong foundation of trust.


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