DUSTIN LITTRELL

PERSONAL: I grew up in rural Kansas, attending Kansas State University’s College of Architecture Planning & Design where he received a B.Arch in 2002.

Upon graduation, I migrated west to Boulder, Colorado for several years before eventually settling in Sacramento. I have been engaged in the local chapter of the AIA (Central Valley) and previously served as an Associate Director from 2009-2011, as well as contributing to numerous boards including the Oak Park Neighborhood Association and the Redevelopment Advisory Committee (Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency) and I remain actively involved in public outreach, bridging the gap between design professionals and the public.

My home and office are located in the historic Oak Park neighborhood we call home along with my wife, Corri Chadwick, daughter Brett and son Levi.

PROFESSIONAL: My mission is to connect with a multitude of client types on a personal level, forming relationships that go well beyond the project. I embrace collaboration to solve any design challenge, big or small. With over a decade of experience in residential and commercial sectors, I utilize 3D design software (BIM) and provide clients with an immersive virtual reality experience (Google Cardboard) during the design process.  

By utilizing these technologies, we allow clients to review and approve design solutions as they are presented and with confidence. This approach also provides a great benefit to the contractor and sub-contractors and aids in project coordination.

My services can including everything required to design a ground home or tenant improvement space or can be utilized on an a la carte or hourly basis as needed.

The goal is for anyone desiring access to an architect, can do so regardless of the budgetary constraints, project size or complexity.

 

 

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