Tom Bassett-Dilley Architect, Ltd.
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At TBDA, we are dedicated to creating beautiful and sustainable environments that our clients love. We connect people, buildings, and nature, establishing a sense of place unique to each project.

From first sketches to the finished building, we enjoy collaboration with our clients. By deeply understanding client needs and aspirations, we craft our best solutions.

Nature is our inspiration for creating resourceful, integrated, and exuberant buildings. We use our expertise in Passive House design, building science, and low/no-toxicity materials to create efficient buildings for a healthy, mindful lifestyle.

High-performance is not limited to new buildings! Culture is embodied in our building stock, and the character and craft of historic buildings deserve preservation. By understanding older buildings, we can renovate for efficiency and contemporary use while maintaining architectural integrity.

Areas Served
Oak Park

Certifications and Awards
AIA, Certified Passive House Consultant, numerous local awards for sustainability and preservation.
Contact: Tom Bassett-Dilley AIA, CPHC(r)
Location: 301 Harrison Street
Oak Park, IL 60304
Typical Job Costs: $250,000 - 5 million
The wide cost range covers remodels to new buildings. All our projects share commitment to design, sustainability, and client satisfaction.
Commented: What type of floor tile was used Thanks for the question! The floor tile is Ann Sacks – Athens Silver Cream.
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Commented: Color of lower cabinets? Thank you! The cabinets are custom made and the paint color is Benjamin Moore AF-720 “Sparrow” in a satin gloss finish.
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Commented: Where is the freezer hidden? Thank you for your question. The Side-by-Side Refrigerator is pictured in the attached photo.
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Commented: Siding color Thanks for the question! The siding is Benjamin Moore Stonecutter and the trim is Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray.
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Commented: Love everything! Where is sink from, and is counter top custom? I think it's the wide-angle lens on the photo making it look wider--but 20" rectangle is a pretty wide feeling sink.
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Commented: Flooring question? It's red oak, and sorry, we don't have a stain color--it was a match of existing provided by the floor finisher.
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