CWDa is a recent endeavor to work directly with clients and users on projects of a more intimate scale.
C W Dorin architecture was created out of several needs simultaneously. The first was a return to the direct relationship between the designer and the client, ideally the end user. Larger projects are controlled by the needs and wants of those with money and power, with little regard for the end user or the public involved. Small projects generally combine the client and the user, or at least the user is integral to the design.
Another need was for a thoughtful listener and careful designer, who is patient with clients who want their voices heard. Client meetings are always free, so we can get to everything without feeling rushed.
Perhaps one of the most important needs was for the services of an architect to be within reach of everyone, regardless of income. While the fees are generally consistent, there are ways we can work together to get costs reduced.
Lastly, it's the twenty-first century. Electronic drawings, records, communications, and billing are integral to one another. Want an instant answer? Send me a text message! I’m (almost) always available.