We found that Myles Nelson McKenzie Design are a team of professionals. They listen to me as the client and work hard to meet your needs and expectations.
We have worked with Myles on a few projects. He is a talented designer with a thorough understanding of the design and the construction process. You can tell with his … Continue readingDesignArt Studios
Myles drew up plans in 2005 for a two story 800 sq ft addition for us. We are using him again to design and construct a custom Mediterranean home design … Continue readingAndrea C.
Design is a concept. In everything we do daily, a concept is used…That concept affects our way of life. It can either be beneficial or detrimental to our daily needs. In architecture, the concept is of the utmost importance. For without concept, there is no design.
We take pride in adapting our client’s concept to actual design. On that basis we will work together with our clients to design their dream and actually make it a reality. A good design is a profitable and productive entity. It defines the product, the service and the environment to its owners.
A good architectural design & planning must be more than aesthetically pleasing in order to be practical and meet the financial realities. We at Myles Nelson McKenzie Design believe that these requirements for a good design & planning deserve special attention to maintain this philosophy. We expect our clients to be partners in the design process, so that we can help them to define their needs and requirements in the endless field of possibilities. In this way our client plays a major productive role in the design process. With this philosophy in mind, Myles Nelson McKenzie Design adapts this theme to any size project, whether it is large or small.
Our reputation rests upon the success of the final product. We welcome all clients to share our ambition of design excellence.
Award Winning Design
2018 winner of “Best Building Design Company 2018 & BUILD Excellence Award for Most Varied Residential Designs-California 2018”. Click on the link and view the presentation article in