CogitateDesign, PLLC
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Cogitate Design is a full service architectural firm. Principal Architect, Keith Palma, approaches each project by striving to define the inherent design issues- independent of the latest trends- and providing solutions that are respected by our clients and known for design quality. His process involves considerable client interaction and involvement in an effort to craft buildings to their needs and wishes.

His work is not rooted in a particular style; it is about absorbing a client’s philosophy and responding appropriately.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Custom Homes, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Kitchen Design, Space Planning

Areas Served
Cary, Clayton, Forest Hills, North Hills, Raleigh, Rolesville
Contact: Keith Palma, Architect
Location: Raleigh, NC
Commented: Deck rails ending on roof slope As I recall, they were friction fit with construction adhesive. The railings are decorative, there is no access to the roof... so structural/human impact loads were not an issue.
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Commented: Can you show bathrooms? is there a half bath down stairs? Laudry room? I double checked, I don't have any photos of which you specifically asked... I've posted the ones I do have.
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Commented: where can I find this house plan The house was for a specific client who paid for design services. The floor plan is not for sale and I don't post the floor plan. The clients paid for a custom home and it would not be ethical to read...
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Commented: does it have a laundry room? It could me modified to your needs. Feel free to email me any questions.
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Commented: Beautiful! Yes, the railing system and columns are a composite material. HB&G is the manufacturer of both. I've never had issues with paint adhering to either the railing system or the columns. However, the ...
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Commented: Columns Here's the web site link:
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