"to think, to dream, then to build"

We are on the grounds of a Certified Wildlife Habitat

"Certified Wildlife Habitat" Plaque
photo by Eve Reynolds

Do What You Can, Right Where You Are, With Everything You've Got!

Commit to providing habitat, water, food-bearing plants for birds and other wild animals and a sustainable maintenance plan to begin your own Certified Wildlife Habitat and support local wildlife! 

Visit National Wildlife Federation

Windsor House is our Laboratory

Image of house on hill atop steps with daisies in foreground.

Five years ago, the grounds were little more than pathways up a dirt hill between two houses.  

Now a Certified Wildlife Habitat and food forest, it supports and sustains the wildlife in this hillside area: skunks, raccoons, squirrels, birds, coyotes. 

Windsor House continues to evolve.  With a new stage on Plaza Level and built-in benches for gathering, it's become a destination for gatherings big and small!

Inki said, "Get to Know Yourself."

Photo of ants within hibiscus flower.
Photo by Eve Reynolds.

The Ballad of the Ant and the Flower: 

Every component of the built world is connected to every other part; we do not design or live in a vacuum. 


Every thing we do matters and each one of us is important.  We are all here together experiencing this incredibly fragile and fleeting thing called life! 

If life is but a dream, let's dream it big and beautiful together!

Monarch Butterfly Corridor

Caterpillar of the monarch butterfly on milkweed.
Photo by Eve Reynolds

Part of our mission is to make Windsor House a refuge for the Monarch Butterfly whose numbers are dwindling due to habitat loss. Let's turn that around.

We share milkweed seeds for free!

Windsor Plaza Presents!

Precious Metal, with Leslie Knauer on vocals.
Photo by Brenda Starlight.

Every quarter, Windsor Plaza Presents! produces "an intimate outdoor concert for good," partnering with a non-profit organization which is the beneficiary of the concert for that month. Find out more: 

Visit Windsor Plaza Presents!

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The construction industry as a whole has a significant role in global  warming due to mining, deforestation, and pollution by industry of air,  land and sea. 

The most significant impact we can have as a small architecture firm to effect this outcome is to change the way we do  business. 

We do that by off-setting the company’s carbon footprint via CarbonFund and educate our clientele to make the best choices going  forward into our common fossil-free energy future.