MAKE Design Studio


Services Provided
Design, Architecture, Feasibility Studies, Assist with Contractor Selection, Schematic Design, Interior Design, Green Design, Sustainable Design,
3D modeling of design ideas

Areas Served
We are a Seattle based firm.

Business Description
MAKE Design Studio is a full service architecture and design firm. We are passionate about homes and creating spaces that improve your life. Whether remodeling an existing house or building a new home, we seek opportunities to create spaces that facilitate how you want to live. We believe good design makes a difference. Green building strategies are at the core of our business and are woven into every project.

Certification and Awards
AIA, LEED AP, SEED
Location:
Seattle, WA US 
Contact:
Nicole Starnes Taylor 
Type:
 
Address:
100 NE Northlake Way, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98105 
MAKE Design Studio is following Yellow Brick Home, Amar Patel, Jo Froude and Ginny Stibolt
September 8, 2014
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Hello, thanks for the question. This kitchen is 15'-7" x 9'-10".
September 8, 2014 at 9:01AM      Thanked by bfryan
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MAKE Design Studio is following Karen Peterson, Jay Sifford Garden Design, Apartment 46 for the Home, Jenny Drew, Joanna Tovia and Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
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August 27, 2014
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5 Ideas for a Great Home Learning Zone

Get your child off to a good start this school year with homework areas and strategies that reduce the frenzy Full Story
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kerryrocks
Times are still changing. Public schools in my area are going paperless. Middle School and High School students were given iPads instead of text books. Homework is now done electronically. Sprawling papers and reference books are becoming a thing of the past. (Though poster-board projects continue to overtake the dining room table.)

I like this article's message that it's worth discovering what type of study/homework setup works best for the individual child. My one son does well focusing in solitude, sitting in a straight-back chair at his small-but-sturdy desk. My other son, who's a wiggler, may do better sitting on his exercise ball at a small desk near our kitchen. Both may benefit from a change of scenery when it comes to certain subjects or tasks. Glad I got this advice. Thanks.
September 6, 2014 at 8:48PM   
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tcufrog
Thanks. It's taken me awhile and much trial and error to figure this all out but it works really well for my son.
September 7, 2014 at 10:44AM     
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We (at Blue Sound Construction) have worked with Nicole (of MAKE Design) on multiple projects over the years and could not recommend her highly enough. She has...
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