Each classroom consists of light shelves and louvers that allow natural daylight into each classroom while minimizing glare. Daylight also filters in through innovative sola tubes (metal and mirror encased tubes that protrude through the ceiling), capturing daylight and bringing it into building spaces where natural light from windows cannot reach.
This "outside classroom" resembles a tepee(built with actual tepee poles). It and the wagon, have open bookcases, lockable cabinets for the aids’ materials and computer ports for laptops.
Bathroom remodel that won First Place in the Annual ASID regional contest 2006.
Guest apartment built in Jackson, WY. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, a full kitchen and a loft all over horse stables and equipment storage.
Bedroom remodel that won Second Place in the Annual ASID regional contest 2006. Unusual layout that includes the bathroom in the bedroom and the tub in close proximity to the bed.