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The Craft of Architecture

When Ictinus designed the Parthenon in 447 BC, as chief builder or “architekton” in Greek, he sculpted full-size prototypes for the building components that would then be copied by masons to fabricate and assemble of the building. During the Renaissance, architects made great strides in developing accurate scale drawings of plans, elevations, perspectives, and scale wooden models.

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Growing in Place

Your home should accommodate the ebb and flow of your family’s growth. Planning for future changes in your life can be a critical component in your ability to remain in and enjoy your family home. As your family enlarges, you can add to your home in harmony with your existing house and lifestyle.

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