Designer for leading residential &
Kettering Adult School Teacher:
Understanding the Design Process
Before You Build
Tai Chi Chuan
Aikido Black Belt
Self-Employed since 1996
Favorite Quote: Events you cannot
change, but your attitude you can.
The Well-Built House
by Jim Locke
The Timeless Way of Building
A Pattern Language
by Christopher Alexander
Places of the Soul
by Chris Day
The Not So Big House
by Sarah Susanka
House Design, House Architect, Home Architect, Home Designer, Residential Architect, Residential Designer, Addition Design, Remodeling Design, Adding On, Local Recommended Architect, Green Design, Green Architect, Energy Efficient, Renovations, Open Floor Plan, Upgrading, Kitchen, Bath, Storage, Site Planning, Site Selection, Consultations
We all need support. Our homes can support us if they are designed to allow rather the constrain the activities we need. This in turn, will enable us to truly support others.
David Flannery, Architect © 2016
Our relationship to the environment, to each other, and connection to our own true self can all be supported by our built environment.
We create our environment, and then it creates us. In today's hyper-fast technological world what is missing are places that support our emotional needs for connection, for balance, for being.
By deeply listening and then identifying the patterns of your home and life, together we can discover what is missing and what needs modifying. I can then help you create your "dream home."
David FLANNERY, Architect
David Flannery has been a member
of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry since 1996, was on the Board of Directors for 5 years, and has won several CoTY Awards including the
2015 Contractor of the Year.
David A Flannery
1317 Laurelwood Road
Bachelor of Science-Engineering
University of Kentucky
Master of Architecture
North Carolina State University
David A Flannery, Architect
Ohio Registered Architect
*Commercial & Residential
*New Construction, Additions &