Lisa Stacholy, Architect
The firm was founded by Lisa in 1995. In addition to design, creating and building, she has always been willing to share her knowledge base with her colleagues (I know - what a novel concept, "share") via seminars, workshops and presentations at the local, state and national level. Lisa's clients appreciate the opportunity to learn more about how their spaces work! Lisa also has passions for Martial Arts and felines. She is an accomplished Martial Artist in both Kokoro Karatedo and Tai Chi. Her family enjoys the hobby of breeding Bengal Cats, her beautiful felines can be seen at www.RubyClaw.com .
Louis Smith is is licensed in Michigan, North Carolina and Washington State. Louis focuses primarily on custom, single family homes. He has also worked on and collaborated with mixed use projects; urban design, office buildings, restaurant and retail projects. His design aesthetic focused on inhabitants -and all their senses- when they experience the beautiful spaces he creates. Louis is also the founder of "Creating Architectural Concepts" series of workshops. His passions also include Tai Chi and Choral singing with his church. Additionally, Louis also published 4 prayer books for his friend L. Christopher Butler.
Early on, Gary recognized the need for an architectural niche for outdoorsmen. With every visit to a farm, ranch or lodge, he intuitively recognized the spaces could be better tailored for their unique purposes. Turning this passion into a career focus, he designs sophisticated, yet functional hunting lodges, shooting facilities and plantation homes. By incorporating design elegance and nature with experienced craftsmanship, projects transcend the ordinary and become the ultimate escape also serving special events such as weddings, reunions. Gary is active in Rocky Mountain Elk foundation, Mule Deer Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, and is a member of National Shooting Sports Foundation.
AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C