At 4/1, it’s been just a tad busy. We’ve got a full design slate (including three in Watts-Hillandale, two in Trinity Park, another pair in Old North, one in Duke Forest, one in far-off Hillsborough…), at least a half dozen tax credit projects ongoing, and some big projects afoot in the office.
All too much to make time for posts here. That said, we should have some new portfolio pictures coming this spring – plus new years resolutions to a better website upkeep. In the meantime, know that we’re still plugging along, and happy to help with any preservation or design needs you may have. Just drop us a line!
The newly-finished garage and office for the Bassett House, a local landmark in Trinity Park.
All sorts of things are underway here at 4/1, and we are looking forward to the spring after some terrific winter weather. Projects are currently under construction in Watts-Hillandale, Trinity Park, Old North Durham, Duke Forest, and all the way out in Oxford. We are doing house research and certificates of appropriateness all over too, thanks to the work of Emily (stay tuned for ways to research your own house’s history in an upcoming post). And at some point we will do a major update of the portfolio page to show some of the new work that’s wrapped in the past year.
Also on the drawing board is Sara’s second child, due in mid-March. While she’s away on maternity leave, please direct all communication to Emily via the contact info on the sidebar. Sometime in early June, Sara will be back at her desk and ready to start new design projects – don’t hesitate to get in touch in the meantime with anything you may need.
Demo is underway on a 1920s house in the East End – site visits just get more adventurous when pregnant!
Four over One will be closed from 12/19-1/3 this season (though we’ll do our best to answer email correspondence periodically). Have a wonderful holiday and a happy new year!