I get many requests for “Before and After” features of my work. I guess it is really exciting for people to see something beautiful take shape where there was an empty shell before. So to fill these requests, here is one of my projects that has received a great deal of publicity, the Susan G. Komen Build for the Cure Idea House.
This project was completed in November 2007 to benefit the local chapter of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. My spaces from this designer house were published in Traditional Home in April 2008 as part of a multi-page feature on using geometrics.
Though this was a new construction and so not the quite the transformation that some remodels are, seeing the empty shell and then the completed project is dramatic!