Windows-More than Looking Out Or Looking In
Windows have been with us for millennia. Archeologists believe the first man-made glass was made in Egypt and Eastern Mesopotamia around 3500 BC. Read More
Architectural Pet Peeves
Ten things that will irk an architect
At Bohl Architects, we strive to create spaces of pure delight for our clients in which all elements-massing, materials, doors, windows, etc., create a harmonious composition in which some elements are emphasized while others are simplified. Read More
Kitchens began with cooking fresh killed meat over open fires in ancient times. Egyptians constructed clay ovens to cook food. Read More
What’s In a (House) Name?
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” With apologies to William Shakespeare, the naming of things, like houses, is important. Read More
Staircases: More than Going Up and Down
The first staircases were probably sloped ladders with hand-hewn log treads to access primitive huts raised above the ground for safety from predators or floods.
Looking Backward, Looking Forward
As our firm nears completion of another decade of design excellence, we are beginning the process of selecting our favorite projects over the past 47 years to celebrate our collaborations with our clients. Read More
Why I Work at Bohl Architects
Words from Jennifer Martella
Why do I work at Bohl Architects? The short answer is the firm’s commitment to creating spaces of pure delight for their residential clients.
So You’ve Hired Bohl Architects…What Happens Next?
Whether you are building a new home, needing a renovation or an addition, or seeking the perfect site for your legacy home, you need an architect to collaborate with you…