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Todd Hallett

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Todd Hallett, AIA, president of TK Design & Associates has been designing award-winning homes for more than 20 years. He spent 15 of those years working for a $50 million production building company. Todd designed all of its homes but also worked in every other aspect of the company including purchasing, development, land acquisition, product development, and operations, and was president of the company for three years. Equipped with his vast building experience and fueled by his love for architecture he left to form an architecture firm that is second to none in working cohesively with builders. Todd specializes in Lean Design and works, alongside Scott Sedam of TrueNorth Development, in the trenches with builders, suppliers, and trade contractors. Todd welcomes your feedback at thallett@tkhomedesign.com or 248.446.1960.

Infill with a Twist

The lure of a walkable downtown, public parks, and vibrant city life is driving buyers to seek out urban infill properties. When designed properly…

Custom Infill With a Lean Twist

Collaboration is far and away one of my favorite aspects of the building industry. In fact the practice of Lean Design demands collaboration…

3 Major Distinctions Between Good and Great Design

In my travels working with builders all over the country, I have the opportunity to see a lot of home designs. I see good, bad, fair, and…

Transformers—More than meets the eye!

This is a transformer-type plan that offers “plug and play” options without too much of a fuss for the builder. A very popular option as of late…

The goods for today’s move-up buyer

Move-up buyers are a fickle bunch, and this blog entry focuses on a Lean Design for that group. It is actually an excerpt from a future House…

This 2,800-square-foot stunner makes them slam on the brakes!

I had the pleasure of meeting Mary Schumacher from Schumacher Homes a few years back while doing plan reviews at the International Builders' Show…

Time to step up your game

A trend I am seeing throughout the country is that builders are stepping up their game relating to elevations. Why? In past years the consumer has…

Combating narrow-lot woes

This 2,800-square-foot plan utilizes Lean design to combat narrow-lot woes.

One of the most important aspects of Lean design is value. It…

Lean 2285 Plan solves all the riddles

Imagine you are in a cement box quickly filling up with water. The box is sealed on all sides, yet you still find a way out and survive. How? I…

Re-imagining existing plans can pay off huge

What do you do if a previous best-selling plan hits the skids? Dump it, pitch it, give it the old heave-ho? Possibly, but many builders are using…

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