SOURCE: DuBro Architects and Builders
FALLS CHURCH, VA--(Marketwire - Sep 27, 2012) - DuBro Architects + Builders, (www.dubro.net), a premier design / build firm serving customers in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC area, today announced the new brand name for Novus Construction. During its 10 year history, the firm has evolved its focus to creates "living architecture" -- projects that are designed to support and nurture the way clients live.
"Our new brand reflects the evolution of our company to a team of artisans and craftsmen," said Jeff DuBro, president and CEO. "Our mission is to custom design and build homes that facilitate the way our clients want to live -- what we call 'Living Architecture.'"
Living Architecture is the intersection of building science and the art of design. It is an approach to building and renovation that marries beauty with design efficiency, functionality, utility and the economy of choices. It is the way a space feels to its owner.
The firm's new website showcases DuBro's wide range of work from new homes to renovations and additions to home improvement solutions. It also serves as a resource for design ideas, and includes videos and an informational blog -- Living Architecture -- dedicated to design / build considerations and real-life examples of the unique DuBro approach. The next decade of DuBro's clients can expect the same high-level of service and quality from the experienced and proud DuBro team.
More about: DuBro Architects + Builders
Founded in 2001, DuBro Architects + Builders is an architect-led design / build firm whose studio office is located in Falls Church, VA. The DuBro Team is a 9 member group made up of architects, builders, carpenters, project managers and business managers. Living Architecture is the DuBro approach to home design, and the name of their website blog. It is about integrating how you live, how you want to live and designing transformations that enable you to "live well." DuBro has serviced the needs of over 100 clients in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC region.