CTA Design Builders
Architecture. Interiors. Construction. Ours is a holistic approach, integrating design and construction along with schedule and cost controls. We provide all services to take your new home or remodel/addition project from preliminary ideas right up to passing you the keys to your new home. We are licensed architects with a zeal for great design that’s well detailed and finely crafted. We study your site or lot to take advantage of every nuance of view, sun, shade, breeze, and even the neighborliness you may want. We lead the project through to the last finishing touches; that’s how our finished homes have such a whole and complete look about them.
Browse through our website www.ctabuilds.com and see homes reflecting many different architectural styles; we pride ourselves on being adept in traditional, mid-century, or contemporary design.
Since we are architects first, creating the right design for you is our top priority. We focus on your unique requirements and lifestyle in order to design a home or remodel that enhances your daily life and is an expression of you. We are passionate about creating healthy, natural dwelling environments, incorporating generous natural lighting and connection to the outdoors. And as contractors, we are rigorous in the craft of building well, and knowing what it costs – even before we start designing. Our unique design-build process is described in this blog: https://ctabuilds.com/about/process/.
In short, we offer you inspired design expertise that is tempered with solid budgeting advise and years of building know-how, as we embark on the exhilarating adventure of creating your home with you, for you.
Awards and Publications
AIA Home of the Month and feature in Inspired House magazine for “Yarrow Creek Rambler.”
Seattle Times profiles titled “Hybrid Haven”, “New Life for Old Craftsman” and “Open to Change”. Please add other titles
Seattle Homes & Lifestyle features “Urban Oasis” and “Interior Retreat.”
Inclusion in a new book, Fresh Tracks: 10 Tract House Transformations That Go From Everyday to Extraordinary titled “A Rambler Remake.”
Featured in Sarah Susanka book, “Inside the Not So Big House.”