While building strong relationships with our clients is at the core of all our services, the success of our projects is further enhanced by our extensive knowledge of building codes, our strong technical know how, and our reverence for high-quality design.
“I appreciated their high-quality drafting abilities, building code knowledge, punctual turnarounds, and sincere interest in the project.”
Sean M., Project Manager,
3 Lights Design is a full-service residential and commercial
design collective offering everything our clients need to
ensure their project’s success including:
The process of taking a client’s vision and developing 2D drawings, including plans, sections, and elevations, or 3D models in order to express, evaluate, and refine that vision.
Master planning allows our clients to create a long-term vision for their home or business while organizing its realization in to smaller, more manageable, more affordable phases.
The process of converting a basic design idea into a set of detailed, code-compliant legal documents for the sake of obtaining a building permit. Permit drawings first allow a municipality to evaluate the project. Once approved, they become the “blueprints” for building it.
3D Modeling can help both clients and designers better understand a project by providing more realistic “views” into what a finished project will actually look and feel like.
“…highly imaginative, emotionally rewarding, the closer you look the more you discover.”
Robert H., Business Broker
In order for you to get the most out of your design project, 3 Lights Design offers a whole range of other services to help you be aligned with what it is you are undertaking, including:
If you have the desire to transform your environment but are unsure exactly what you want, or if you are in a marriage or partnership with another and can’t quite see eye to eye, this process can help you gain clarity and get on the same page.
If you don’t have a clear vision of what you want to do, or want to see how all aspects of your being, including your actions, your beliefs, and your identity are responding to a proposed project, this is a process to make you fully congruent and aligned, allowing you to make better decisions faster as the project gets underway.
If the place that your wanting to transform has been home to any sort of trauma, such as a prolonged sickness, untimely death, abuse, or loss of a loved one, it is important to acknowledge what has happened there, feel the pain of the trauma, celebrate the gifts of that trauma, clear the space, and make it ready for a whole new beginning.
If you have experienced a trauma in either the place you are wanting to transform or elsewhere, and you find yourself in a less than resourceful state, it is important to address such traumas before beginning a project. Otherwise, the end design may reflect your less than optimal state instead of your boundless potential.