Architect on Demand? What’s That?
I am Alla DYI Ally. Architect on demand. Or an online architect providing advice without strings. Let’s say you are a DIY home improvement enthusiast remodeling a bathroom. An issue comes up. Architect on demand (a do-it-yourselfer, bargain-hunter, and make-doer), I am online — at your fingertips.
Why am I doing this? Well. In the process of creating downloadable ideaBOOKS and how-toBOOKS, I’ve connected the dots. I’ve made sense of life-altering decisions that miraculously brought me to this point. Clearly, helping people feeds my soul. My goal is to inspire as many people as possible to link architectural design with self-expression. It is important because architecture has the power to enhance the quality of life, to bring balance and coherence.
Architect on demand is your problem solver
There are no contracts to sign or commitments to make. I can be your ally in the course of creating a well-thought-out environment. How? By being an architect on demand. Through empowerment. As I provide advice without strings. Sharing my own point of view does not have to translate into dictating or preaching. It’s not necessary to suggest a certain style or a way of doing something. I can simply be there for you as a support in the process of your self-realization.
Advice without strings leads to a beautiful environment and a good life
To supplement my online architectural services intended for a DIY home improvement enthusiast, I am starting a new series of blog posts. Each one will concisely focus on just one issue at a time. All of them will fall into six categories:
- living in the now
- finding inspiration
- design ideas
- kitchen & bath
- keeping it organized
- passion for details
I will share my thoughts and down to earth opinions. If you identify with clean, comfortable, forgiving, and flexible, please stick around. I will focus on introducing the kind of design sensibility (mixture of love and discipline) into the every-day life that makes stuff fit.
I invite you to ask a question, suggest a topic, or get on the mailing list here.
P.S. I just came across someone by the name Jeff Patterson, a home repair tutor. You might enjoy his tutorials!