Praise for St. Charles Avenue Project
The following email came to me recently from a retired professor emeritus of architecture at Tulane. His name is Geoffrey Baker, and his appraisal and appreciation of my almost-completed villa on St . Charles in New Orleans is one of the most erudite architectural critiques I have read in a long time. Please read it
Modernizing the interiors of new luxury classical residences
Modernizing the interiors of new luxury classical residences. Lately, I've been asked, more and more, to modernize certain interior aspects of the classical houses that we've been designing. In order to do this successfully and with little disharmony (if any !), my staff and I will often look to the moderne period of the early
Searching for Nashville architects designing classical Georgian houses in the Belle Meade neighborhood? Look no further. Ken Tate Architect works nationally.
Searching for Nashville architects designing classical Georgian houses in the Belle Meade neighborhood? Look no further. Ken Tate Architect works nationally. I have had the privilege of designing three contemporary Georgian / Federal houses in Belle Meade over the last ten years. The Belle Meade neighborhood was started in the early 21st Century when Colonial
New Orleans residential architect Ken Tate talks about the ideal collaboration between client and architect
New Orleans residential architect Ken Tate talks about the ideal collaboration between client and architect in Dreaming a House by Ken Tate and Susan Sully. When clients come to an architect, they are usually following a dream often a vague dream of living a life of health, abundance, and happiness that has not
Looking for a custom residential Bahamian architect? Ken Tate Architect can help design you the perfect house.
If you are looking for a custom residential Bahamian architect, I just completed a British Colonial style estate in Old Fort, New Providence Bahamas and would enjoy speaking with you. It seems that not many of the architects practicing in the Bahamas these days are employing the original British Colonial architecture, which is really nothing