YES, THIS IS AN AD FOR AN AR­CHI­TEC­TURE FIRM. WITH­OUT ANY PIC­TURES OF AR­CHI­TEC­TURE.

IF YOU’RE THINK­ING ABOUT BUILD­ING A HOME, STOP LOOK­ING AT PHO­TOS OF HOMES, OK?

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In­stead, let’s talk about what no pic­ture, es­pe­cially a teeny tiny cell­phone-sized im­age can cap­ture: the ex­pe­ri­ence of living in a beau­ti­ful home. By that, we mean a struc­ture that not only de­lights the eye but feels ex­actly right–every hour the sun passes through it, every sea­son of the year. A home that per­fectly com­ple­ments site, neigh­bor­hood, land­scape and the other way around. A home that feels as if it’s been there for­ever, and will be there for­ever. These are some of the things we con­sider when we de­sign a new home. The con­text, en­vi­ron­ment, and most im­por­tantly you.

At TEA2, we don’t have a cookie-cut­ter style; every home we de­sign is a re­flec­tion of our clients’ vi­sion and dreams. Yours. We come to the ta­ble with no pre­con­ceived no­tions, no great­est hit that we’re in­tent on repli­cat­ing. Just ques­tions and curiosity and ex­pe­ri­ence and loads of tal­ent. Our fans say they can al­ways iden­tify a TEA2 home–not by pe­riod, or style, or size, or lo­ca­tion (be­cause we’ve de­signed them all) but be­cause it “looks like you took your time.” The sim­plest trans­la­tion of that? God isn’t in the de­tails; God is the de­tails. We make func­tional nec­es­saries like roof vents beau­ti­ful and in­te­gral to the de­sign. If we’re cre­at­ing a curved sur­face, we make it a sexy curve. We de­sign kitchens that feel like living spa­ces but work like work­horses, and great rooms that live up to their ad­jec­tives. The list goes on. Is ob­ses­sive at­ten­tion to detail im­por­tant to you? Do you want your balus­ters care­fully and lov­ingly con­sid­ered? (Do you know what balus­ters are?) If so, we should talk. We help clients at every level, not just multi-mil­lion­aires, get the most house for their money. And if you don’t mind read­ing more words (yes we like words), visit our web­site. tea2ar­chi­tects.com

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