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Matt Thomas, Marketing Manager
Drew presses against the ceiling-high glass doors in his new kitchen, using his whole body to slide them open. It’s called a NanaWall, a brand of folding accordion glass doors that when open provide a smooth transition to his new backyard, which includes a hydraulically powered movable deck and overhead pergola.
Qualified Remodeler Magazine
The trick with designing a remodel is to know how far to go. Architects, builders and contractors all face this when given the challenge of trying to meet a client’s expectations on a budget. Functionality and flow were at the heart of the programmatic re-design.
Tahoe Quarterly Magazine
If Jeff Spicoli—the epitome of Southern California surfer dude in the quintessential ’80s film Fast Times at Ridgemont High—grew up, got married, became a family man, and stood at the helm of a visionary design and branding firm that he founded, he might be Rob Wells.
Mountain Living Magazine
Homeowners who love the beauty of Jackson Hole without the bustle sometimes gravitate to the more remote western side of the valley. That’s where, in the late 1990s, one couple bought a cabin on several sloping acres in the Teton Range foothills and then, a decade later, replaced that deteriorated, cramped space with a new, more spacious home to serve as a personal retreat where they could also welcome family and friends.