And another super smart quote from Ms Petersik
****Ms. Petersik estimated the new kitchen cost around $7,000, far less than the $30,000 to $40,000 it would have if they had needed a professional’s opinions on onyx.
Oh Yeah Ms know nothing…. It would have cost you 30 to 40k to hire your sweet little self an architect. Probably would have cost you at least 50k to hire ME. Because I routinely charge that much to design a kitchen when idiots walk through the door. I guess Mr. Kurutz thought this was a good quote because it seems soooo true. I think my 17 yr old would call B U L L —- on this comment.
Sweetie, you might want to stick to your “Bloggy” and leave the thinking to those of us who can do so.
The only person with any sense is Pam Rodriguez who stated the obvious: “Can it be built?’ And ‘Should it be built?’” She goes on to say that she ran into issues when she found out her plans were not usable because of load bearing wall placement.
But do you think Architects have this problem? Not seen it happen. Heck, we do not have this happen either on our watch! You find out what the heck your parameters are before you begin designing! The article goes on to quote a couple of architects about this new “phenomena” of client’s drawing out what they want and I am just hoping they had more to say and their words were cut. I hope.
So the upshot of the article is Architects make pretty pictures. That’s it folks according to Mr. Kurutz. I cannot even imagine what he thinks of people like me….egads…a designer! Guess we probably just pick out some “purty paint colors” and maybe a few pillows to toss around.
Oh the ways I amuse myself!
well and truly said, cheryl. altho i would add: three words—’get me rewrite’.
Great post Cheryl. That article has had me seething since it appeared and I’m glad you wrote this post.
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