I recently launched my Crib Coach services as a recognition – and articulation – of the services that I have provided to my clients over the years. Interestingly, while my projects pages show some very nice projects, the majority of my work is on a much smaller scale with much smaller budgets. This weekend, you will be […]Read More →
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Life is too short to take things too seriously. Modern design is the same.
I mean – come on – I named my firm Thoughtcrib.
Here are the main points to remember:Read More →
I am pleased to report that one of my projects has been selected for the 2012 Austin Modern Home Tour. Please stop by 104 Thistle Court on February 4th from 11 am to 6 pm to have a look and say hi – apologies in advance if I am unable to chat with you. More […]Read More →
When you live in a place that has 3 months of 100+ degree summer weather, one of the only ways to keep your sanity is to stay close to a body of water. In the case of some of my clients, they chose to build one such body in their own back yard. For their […]Read More →
Another of my projects that has received some press recently – Birdlip Residence. Happy to have worked with such a great project team! Click here for PDF cover story: Austin / San Antonio Urban Home – April/May 2011 Cover Story.Read More →
I am pleased to report that the MILHouse has been selected for the 2011 Modern Home Tour. Presented by Art Institute of Austin, the tour is Saturday, February 5, 2011 from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm. The MILHouse is located on the family compound at 6800 Caudill Lane (#1 on the list). The property consists […]Read More →
BUILDER Magazine’s Favorite Houses of 2010 included the MILhouse designed by Thoughtcrib, Inc. You can read more here: http://www.builderonline.com/design/10-great-houses-of-2010.aspx?page=4. Special thanks to my client for their trust and to the builder, Foursquare Builders, for making this possible. If you are not familiar with the MILHouse concept, see the Projects page of my website – thoughtcrib.com. MILHouse […]Read More →