The world would be a lot duller place if it wasn’t for architects. Unfortunately though they sometimes fail to remember that it’s not just the look that they are going for that counts. It is how all the details tie together that results in a house (or building) that not only looks good, but lives up to all the needs of their clients.
I can easily understand why the architect wanted the entrance area to look this way, the catch is how did they handle it inside?
So besides (or including) a few of my notes, would you care to guess what the issues are, what might you have done differently, or does everything look good to you?
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