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Why Does this Space Not “Feel” Right?

We’ve all been in spaces or seen pictures of places that inspire us and just seem “ideal” for their use. It could be a kitchen that you “pin” because you realize it’s your dream kitchen (even if you’re not necessarily in the market for a new kitchen), or an outdoor space in which you can …

Realtor.com Gets Long Beach Architect Mark Grisafe’s Perspective for an Article on Residential Remodels

Our Long Beach architecture firm gets contacted occasionally by writers who require the expertise of an architect for stories they’re working on. Recently, we were approached by Stephanie Booth of Realtor.com, who was working on an article about home improvement projects that could negatively affect your neighbors, and we were happy to contribute our thoughts …

Residential Remodel Highlights Why Our Long Beach Architecture Firm Doesn’t Flip Houses

I recently stopped by one of our residential remodel projects in Seal Beach that was wrapping up. I spoke with the client for a bit, and he seemed really happy with how his house had turned out. But he also expressed to me that the remodel had brought about another important outcome: it has changed the way his family …

Updated Long Beach Office Serving as a Testing Ground for Products Used in Architectural Design

Here at M. Grisafe Architects, we’ve taken on a new tenant improvement project in Long Beach—our own! Our offices were in need of an upgrade, so we’ve been working on improving the office’s look, as well as its functionality. We’re also using the remodel to test out some new products on the market, to see …

Renovations and Relationships: Mark Grisafe Offer’s an Architect’s Perspective for Realtor.com Article

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I wanted to share with you a recent article that I was able to contribute my thoughts to. It was featured on the popular real estate site, Realtor.com, and it’s all about home renovations and marital relationships. The article, written by Realtor.com Senior Editor Rachel Stults, is titled, “Until …