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It's important for architects to be multi-lingual One of the challenges of any home remodel or addition is ensuring that the new improvements fit comfortably with the existing house. Understanding the design language of the buildings we are working on is important for making sure that...

Happy New Year from One World Architecture! As the new year starts, we’re excited about a new capability we’re rolling out that allows us to work in a 3D virtual environment from the beginning of the design process, all the way through the construction documents phase...

The Story of an Artifact’s 100 Year Journey at the Baha’i Temple While the Baha'i Temple Welcome Center has been open for a few months now, we’re still completing some important final details. Last week, without fanfare, a little-known, but significant historical story came to a...

  A new client recently expressed happy surprise with the many detailed questions we asked them during our discovery process for their new house design. They were excited by the questions we posed to encourage thoughtful dialogue about their project. They explained that a previous designer...

One World Architecture has designed a prototype house intended to provide a base plan for sustainable living in an urban context with affordability, flexibility, and good design as the primary criteria.  The house is intended to fill a void in the current housing market that...

It’s About More Than Curb Appeal A San Diego couple recently came to us with ideas for a major home renovation. Because they wanted to add more bedrooms and replace the aging front balcony on their home, they needed us to rethink the front of their home. The easy solution would be...