Now that we are safely past the Mayan Apocalypse, we know that the calendar cycle did not end but re-started. What better time to launch my new website, DSLociceroarchitect.com? And what better time to re-launch David Locicero, architect, my architectural firm.
Clearly, launching the website is a fairly straight forward and easily understood activity. I have been working hard on this site’s design and content and am quite pleased with it. It is, necessarily, a work in progress and I will continue to flesh it out with more information, more projects and more posts. There are pages about the firm, about me, about the services I offer, et. al. Feel free to noodle around, explore. It’ll be fun.
Re-launching David Locicero, architect is, perhaps, slightly less straight forward. I started this firm after I left GL Planning & Design, but as we all know, the economy has been frightful and work has been slim. Consequently, I have concentrated on writing my wine books (visit OpinionatedWineGuide.com to learn more about that). Toward the end of 2012, things started looking up. I was contacted by former clients about some work and I decided that now is the time to go after architectural projects again, fiscal cliff or no.
David Locicero, architect is a San Francisco Bay Area based architecture firm specializing in small scale projects with a modern bent. I am adept at residential additions, kitchen remodels, and commercial tenant improvements. I provide Design Counseling services, kind of like an architectural house call where you can quiz the architect about the feasibility of your project. I also provide “Aging at home” consulting, where I perform an audit of your home and recommend modifications that will allow you to stay in your home more comfortably longer as you age. I am also available for Accessibility Consulting for businesses facing the complexities of the ADA.
I am hoping to post to this page twice a month, featuring work in progress, recently completed work, thoughts about process, as well as some fantasies + follies. In addition, I also hope to post to my other architecture blog, WriteArchitecture.com once a month or so.
If someone you know — family, friend, business acquaintance — is thinking about remodeling their home or kitchen, or is pondering what changes they might have to make to their home so that they can stay in it as long as possible as they age, or might be opening a business and need to fit out a store or office, please do pass my contact information on to them. I would greatly appreciate it!by