Studio RAD projects are intimate collaborations with our clients. In addition to the finished product, the client experience is a huge part of how we measure our success. They are the best messengers to tell you about the Studio RAD design experience. Take a look below at how the experience was from their perspective.
SHIRAS HILLS RENOVATION
" . . . One of the highlights of our experience was how they were able to translate what we
communicated in ways that were unexpected and challenged what we thought was
possible with our space with exciting results. They laid out a schedule and met every
deadline. They communicated often and were very well prepared for all of our meetings.
They met with all the key players of our project to ensure everyone was on the same page and
provided ideas and sourcing information for certain products. These elements make a big difference
when you are new to an area. . . . "
Hi Efficiency home
". . . Joe and Joy’s unmatched skill and experience helped us to produce a vision for sustainable
design. We wanted to build a home that was energy efficient, environmentally responsible,
affordable, and cozy. A place that would function throughout different stages of our lives—from
raising our daughter, supporting aging parents, and growing old ourselves. . . . Joe and Joy’s hard
work and clear, creative thinking has helped to produce a home that will be as good on the planet
as it is on our pocketbook. "
" We love that their design maintains the structural and historical integrity of the barn while also
modernizing the space to be functional and fun. . . . Their impeccable taste also helped us with the
daunting task of choosing fixtures and finishes. Everyone who has seen the barn remarks how beautiful it
is and we owe that all to Studio RAD.
Lakehouse Renovation and addition
" Joe and Joy inspired us with confidence right from the start. They listened attentively to what we loved
about the place and our hopes for its improvement. Then they crafted a beautiful design, sensitive to the
integrity of the structure and the ethos of its location . . . The new melds seamlessly with the old, while
enhancing it not just in functionality but in beauty.