At Think Design Office, we believe that architecture should engage the user, heighten their sense of awareness, and bring a deeper understanding to their experience. We strive to create environments that stimulate their occupants and leave lasting impressions. We encourage a culture of ingenuity and exploration that enables us to maintain a fresh approach to every project we undertake. This is true regardless of the projects scale and is an approach that has often led us to reinvent established building types. Having worked in different fields of architecture and design, we have developed an ability to adjust to a projects scope, needs, budget and timeline. This approach has produced inventive work providing each clients with products which are solely their own, non-formulaic, while at the same time addresses all functional requisites.

Think Design Office is committed to conserving the environment and making intelligent use of our natural and cultural resources. We believe that societies across the globe are experiencing a shift in attitude from one merely concerned with surviving on earth to one concerned with changing how we live so that the earth can survive. We embrace this shift and seek to enhance the impact of sustainable design and development as a basic tenet of our practice. Rather than diminishing in meaning, the ideas of sustainability have the potential and power to enrich and broaden our culture as well as our architectural language.

Services Provided
Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design

Areas Served
Southern and Northern California

Certifications and Awards
1st Place Cleveland Lakefront Competition
2nd Place Shakertown Center Competition
Los Angeles Architect and Designer
Best of Houzz 2014

Contact: Christopher Faulhammer
Location: 9700 Jersey Ave.
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Typical Job Costs: $25,000 - 1,000,000
Commented: What color of wood siding should I put on our 1963 house? Thanks! The color really depends on the surroundings? For a mid-century feel, I personally like grey or a darker ebony stain. If you could upload a picture of the house? That would be helpful. Thanks
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Commented: Who is the manufacturer of the fire pit? It is custom. You can buy all the parts online for cheap.
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Commented: Is the decking concrete or stone? It is Concrete.
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