NIMMO American Studio For Progressive Architecture

(214) 649-9873
www.nimmo.am

Services Provided
Residential Design

Areas Served
Dallas, Fort Worth, United States

Business Description
Architect

Certification and Awards
2012 American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Honor
2011 American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Merit
2010 American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter Citation
Licensed Architect
LEED Accredited Professional
Location:
Dallas, TX US 
Contact:
Joshua Nimmo AIA-LEED AP 
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Address
3723 Greenville Avenue,
Dallas, Texas,
United States, 75206 
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Kurt Cyr
Jannie - in Europe that is very common. the idea of the component (as opposed to built-in) kitchen was born there. Ikea and Bulhaupt have brought that idea stateside recently. I saw an episode of House Hunters International where an American family was surprised to learn this. It is important to understand different cultures/countries have different approaches. It doesn't make it bad, just different. Knowledge is power. :)
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bonnieinflorida
I guess it's a "youth thing" to be surprised that kitchens don't have to come with built-ins. The homes I grew up in did not have built-in cabinets or appliances, although they did have generous walk-in pantries. The same was true for the homes we owned as young marrieds.

When we moved to Florida, I brought my range, refrigerator and a couple of free-standing cabinets with me. Thankfully, the first home we lived in down here had been built in the 1920's and I was able to use them.

Back when I was first married (ok, a zillion years ago), buying good appliances and having free-standing cabinets you took with you when you moved was the norm. The built-in kitchens people take for granted today were seen mostly in expensive homes back then. And rather than being purchased separately and then installed, they were built by talented carpenters whether professional or hobbyists. I still remember watching my father, whose hobby was woodworking, build a beautiful corner cabinet in our kitchen as a gift for my mother. It was the kitchen's only built-in, and that kitchen functioned very well.
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Josh Nimmo worked with us to design our dream home. His ideas were on point and he was able to take our vision and make it a reality. He was easy going, collabo...
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Joshua Nimmo, architect, had built some townhouses in Dallas that I found interesting - modern, simple, functional. He uses materials that are inexpensive and ...
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We hired Josh as the architect to completely gut and remodel our house in the year 2010. We have already moved back into our new home, and we love everything ab...
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