After years of designing homes for others, to finally have the freedom to create something of their own could be considered the ultimate reward for an architect, author Stephen Crafti says. Crafti has been writing about architecture and design for two decades and felt it was important to show diversity in the way architects live, from the simple cottage to the monumental statement. “One thing revealed in this book is that architects design their homes just for themselves, rather than having the word ‘resale’ in the forefront of their minds,” Crafti says. His vision for
is not only to show how architects have brought their dreams to life but to encourage others to test the boundaries with their own living space.