Richard Taylor Architects
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Richard Taylor Architects is a Custom Residential Architectural firm that specializes in the design of unique custom homes, remodeling, and addition projects.

In addition to compelling design, we provide services all the way through construction, helping you maintain control and organization, and bringing greater value to your project.

We’ve helped countless homeowners through the design and construction of their projects across Ohio including Columbus, Dublin, Grandview, Upper Arlington, Clintonville, Bexley, Worthington, Westerville, New Albany, Lima, Delaware, Powell,
Granville, and Indian Lake.

Timeless, Imaginative Design

Everything we do is one-of-a-kind, high-quality custom residential architecture, drawn from extensive experience, from resources of history, art, and architecture, and from imagination.

We appreciate the subtle beauty of the proportions and scale that underlie classic, traditional design, and know how to translate that to custom, contemporary design as well.

That’s the reason you see so many different styles of homes and remodelings in our portfolio – every project blends the uniqueness of our clients with the discipline necessary to produce distinctive design.

Client-Centered Design Process

The individuality of your home design begins with what we discover together about your style, yours wants, needs, and dreams.

Of course, we’ll use all of our experience and imagination to bring new and interesting ideas, unique character, and loads of style and value to your project, but we never forget that this is your home, not ours.

Getting Started

Take a few moments to browse through our portfolio of new homes, remodeling projects, and room additions, and contact me to talk about what you have in mind for your project.

I look forward to sharing the fun and excitement of the custom design process with you.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Barn Design & Construction, Basement Design, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Green Building, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, Space Planning, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Bexley, Columbus, Dublin, Grandview Heights, Hilliard, Lewis Center, Marble Cliff, Powell, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Worthington, West Jefferson, Lima, Chardon, Westlake, Granville, New Albany, Delaware, Indian Lake

Certifications and Awards
Fine Homebuilding
Columbus Dispatch
Articles on; Zillow; Yahoo Homes; MSN Real Estate
Dublin OH Planning and Zoning Commission
Dublin OH Architectural Review Board
Historic Dublin Foundation
Design Review, Muirfield Association
Design Review, Heron Bay
Contact: Richard Taylor, AIA
Location: 48 S. High Street Suite B
Dublin, OH 43017
License Number: 8889
Typical Job Costs: $100,000 - 3,000,000
I work to help my clients establish realistic budgets, even before we start designing together. The budget is reviewed at several points during the design process, so we always know the potential cost of your project.
Commented: Where did you find the great lights over the sink? I love them. Hi Ginny - sorry but it's been a few years since that project was done, we don't have that info anymore.
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Commented: How could you show such a ridiculously beautiful home and not sell the This client hired us to do a true custom design for them. We protect the investments of our clients so that they continue to truly have a unique home.
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Commented: I have a simple 2 story colonial. Thanks for contacting us. A 5" or 6" reveal is best for the exact reason you mentioned. I would suggest 5" with the size house you seem to be describing; you don't want to do too large if the scale ...
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Commented: Countertop This client used mainly soapstone for their countertops. We're glad you like it!
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