TMS Architects’s Second Emerging Professional Winner!

January 23, 2014 By Leave a Comment

TMS Architects is proud to have two winners in the 2014 Emerging Professionals Design Competition which was announced by AIANH on January 10th.  TMS ‘s project manager,Gillian Baresich,  was awarded 1st Place for her entry which we covered in yesterday’s blog post and today’s post focuses on TMS Project Manager Tim Giguere’s 2nd Place winning…Read More

Lighten Up – Kitchen Windows

September 3, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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The kitchen is the nucleus of the home, the place where family and friends gather and great meals and memories are made. Whether you are designing or remodeling your kitchen, you’ll want to make sure there is plenty of natural light to keep it inviting and bright. Natural light is one of the essential ingredients in the…Read More

How is Your Indoor Air Quality?

July 30, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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TMS Architects is committed not only to creating beautiful homes and buildings, but also to creating sustainable structures through environmentally sound practices that have minimal impact on the natural surroundings while creating healthy spaces for living and working. And our LEED-certified architects ensure that our sustainability goals are met. One piece of the green building…Read More

Creating Beach Houses that Stand Up to the Elements

July 18, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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Usually the idea of building a vacation home at the beach will evoke thoughts of swimming, building sand castles, basking in the sun, and enjoying dinners of only the freshest seafood. What many don’t consider is how the sand, salt, wind, rain and even the bright sunlight reflecting off of the water can affect an…Read More

5 Ways to Blend Home Designs with Landscapes

March 1, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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A balanced home is a beautiful home. But balance is about more than just a sturdy foundation. It’s about thoughtful design that works with the landscape, not against it. 1. Earthy hues: One of the surest ways to achieve harmony between a home design and the natural landscape is with a palette inspired directly by…Read More

Let it Shine…

February 27, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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If you’ve been tuning into our blog lately, you might have noticed that we’ve been turning back to nature. In one of our recent posts - Let it Grow - we shared how the TMS Architects team was able to design the Wolfeboro Lakeside Manor to blend in seamlessly with the natural landscape. Shortly before that, we also posted about different Sustainable Design…Read More

How Small Can You Go?

February 21, 2013 By Leave a Comment
Another home on the site.  Image Courtesy Sarah L. Voison/The Washington Post

This question is being asked  by a group in Washington D.C.,, who are building a small community of tiny movable houses in a neighborhood a few miles north of the U.S. Capitol.  Tucked behind traditional row houses and reachable only  by an alley, the .09-acre lot is home to three “micro-units” on  wheels. The…Read More

Adding Natural Beauty with Reclaimed Building Materials

February 20, 2013 By Leave a Comment

The art of using “reclaimed” or recycled building materials, while not new, is a process that’s gained significant attention in recent years with the greater push towards sustainable materials and building methods in renovation and new construction projects. It has especially been emphasized as the Environmental Protection Agency promotes that a large percentage of materials on construction and…Read More

Sustainable Design Strategies

February 12, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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As the green building industry continues to evolve, home building professionals are learning how to better design with landscapes rather than against them. As ArchDaily wrote, “. . . we continually replace natural landscapes with our own built environment, and today our built environment is embellishing the natural environment in a responsible (while still aesthetic) manner.”…Read More