Need help defending your home from wildfires? Planning to build in a high fire zone? Check out these 4 simple tips that can help protect your home from a fire!
Need help defending your home from a wildfire? In Part 1 of this 4 Part mini series Dylan Chappell and Jack Kiesel show off 5 plants that can help fireproof your landscape.
Do you live in a high fire zone? Check out part 2 of 4 of our video series dedicated to High Fire Landscape Design and learn how to protect your home from wildfires!
Do you live in a high fire zone? Check out part 3 of 4 of our video series dedicated to High Fire Landscape Design and learn how to protect your home from wildfires!
Do you live in a high fire zone? Check out part 4 of 4 of our video series dedicated to High Fire Landscape Design and learn how to protect your home from wildfires!
At Dylan Chappell Architects, we favor the clean lines and natural materials that are often the first indication that you’re dealing with a contemporary design aesthetic. In this post, we examine a collection of modern-style ceiling fans designed by Ron Rezek of The Modern Fan Co. Rezek is a design entrepreneur who started five successful […]
As some readers may know, the theme of the July/August 2015 issue of Dwell magazine is smart homes. Once the stuff of science fiction films, many homeowners are today linking their houses with state-of-the-art monitoring and control systems to create more comfortable, efficient, and streamlined lifestyles. Citing Porch and Lowe’s 2014 Smart Home Survey, Dwell‘s […]
The Chappell family recently had the opportunity to tour a classic 1970 Sovereign 31′ Airstream, newly renovated by our friends at Hofmann Architecture. Retrofitted by the HofArc team, which brings a full-service approach to small space mobile design and build services, the new “Betty” is fully equipped for an active family of four. Check out […]
DCA is pleased to announce the near-completion of a new single-family house here in Carpinteria, California. Before Our clients came to us with an original 1960’s Carpinteria beach bungalow. The 856 sq. ft. home was located on a large parcel with lots of potential and little more to be desired. We worked closely with the owners to […]
“Smart homes” have been getting more and more attention in the contemporary design world, and for good reason. With the uptick in appliances and home systems that foreground precise, remote control, homeowners have the opportunity to conveniently and ecologically manage their highest-consumption rooms. In California, where water recycling and conservation are hot topics, we’re especially […]