When do I Engage TDArchitect?
The best time to engage an architect is as early as one recognizes a need to develop, change, or improve an environment. An environment consists of objects and conditions influencing the activities within one’s surroundings. Environmental forces shape the lives of those therein. Most of us spend most of our time within a built environment. An environment should enhance the activities for which it is intended and used. If it does not, a modification may be advantageous. Here are a few conditions that may act as a catalyst for change and indicate that you need an architect.


  • are frustrated or feel that your building, or space, is working against you.
  • are inefficient due to environmental factors or building constraints.
  • are unproductive or uncomfortable because you just don’t like being in your environment, building or space.
  • are planning to move or preparing for your next endeavor and need a new building.

How Can an Architect Help?
We are members of the American Institute of Architecture and encourage you to start your project by reading their publication, You & Your Architect.


This publication explains the many ways in which architects add value and are very beneficial to have as a partner during your project. Your experience with TDArchitect will extend well beyond the broad description provided in the publication, so please feel free to ask any questions you have about working with us specifically.

How Does This Whole Process Work?
Though general principles apply to most projects, every project and architect/client relationship is unique. TDArchitect strives to be a Trusted Partner in Creativity. It is important for you to be comfortable with us and us with you during this process. We encourage you to visit our website which provides a few examples of projects and clients with whom we have already successfully partnered.


Creative Environmental Design and Architecture/Putting Your Ideas into Context means we partner with you to tailor the design of your building and space to meet your specific environmental and situational

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