Urban and Rural Residential design, Houses, Barns and Landscapes http://www.joshmccullar.com

I am a native of the southern Virginia Piedmont region and grew up in a handful of small towns throughout both Carolinas and Virginia. The rich vernacular landscape of the region's old mills, tobacco barns, railroad tracks, verdant forests, rivers, streams, and dusty fields have been the backdrop of my life. So for me, architectural design begins with the premise that the act of building is a negotiated engagement with the land and should endeavor to create a sense of place. The origin of this value is that architecture at its very best, strengthens and amplifies the inherent qualities of the landscape, and so the craft of building must begin and end with a respectful stewardship of the site.

What we build must earn its keep, because the most sustainable building is a permanent one.

We should endeavor to create places of authenticity, beauty, lasting value, and sustainability. My goal is to achieve that through an engaging process that is both thoughtful and intuitive, and to build a unique and inspired body of work through a deep commitment to the art of architecture, while providing a high level of focused service to the task at hand.

Registered Architect based in Richmond, Va - http://www.smbw.com
Master of Architecture – University of Virginia
Curator, vaMODERN – http://www.vamodern.com

2012 Houzz Interview - http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/1470152/list/pt=0851c0af60179924ecb833fb9ff88729/Josh-McCullar

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Landscape and Site Planning

Areas Served
Virginia, North Carolina, DC, Maryland, Mid Atlantic Region, East Coast, Blue Ridge

Certifications and Awards
Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Virginia
http://architectsandartisans.com/index.php/2012/11/josh-mccullar-the-virginia-modernist/
Contact: Josh McCullar
Location: SMBW PLLC, 111 Virginia Street
Richmond, VA 23219
License Number: 0401014838
Typical Job Costs: $450,000 - 1,500,000
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