Integrated Architecture and Interior Design

D&D is a full-service architecture and interior design firm. We are registered to practice in all of the West Coast states from California to Alaska. We also hold nationally recognized NCARB and NCIDQ certifications and can obtain registration in other states on an as-needed basis.

Typically, we act as the prime consultant, offering architecture, interiors, graphic design, and all of the engineering sub-consultants under our umbrella. We believe that building a strong team of leaders in each field is in your best interest, and leads to a project’s success.

Services That We Offer Include:
  • New construction
  • Renovation
  • Architecture
  • Interior design
  • Graphic design
  • Artwork consultation
  • Sustainability design
  • Site evaluation
  • Master planning
  • Phasing studies
  • Feasibility studies
  • Budgeting and cost/value analysis
  • Contractor pre-qualification
  • Introduction of hotel operating companies
  • Brand concept development
  • Renderings and illustration

Working with D&D

In order to achieve integrated design, principals from both architecture and interiors are intimately involved on all projects.

In addition, each project has a principal-in-charge who oversees all aspects of the design concept, and a project manager who oversees the day-to-day work of the D&D and consulting engineer teams. Each team is made up of both architects and interior designers.

There is continuity on the team. Each client works with the principals from start to finish. Usually the project manager stays on through construction. The same people that start the project finish it.

Communication is key to success. Our designs are clearly communicated to the client, and clearly documented for the contractor.

If there are questions, we respond. That's what makes D&D’s service excel.

"We are a mid-sized firm: large enough to competently take on the magnitude of projects that interest us, yet small enough to stay connected to our work, our employees, and our clients."