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  • Writer's pictureTimothy Hill

Design Revelation

Updated: Apr 21, 2022


What I love about getting to be a part of the design process is also what I used to hate - the crisis. Almost every project has one. If it doesn’t have one, then there’s probably no reason to hire an architect. When I worked as employee of other architects, I eventually grew to hate the crisis because it felt like a weight from some external force. Managing ‘the crisis’ became a heavy burden that I knew was coming on each project, each client & each interaction. I found myself hunkering down & living defensively, bracing for impact every day. The crisis is when you have a problem that looks insurmountable at first. It forces us to think another way and when it’s navigated successfully, the solution is revealed. I love the problem now because without it, we probably wouldn’t ever look for a better way. It would be business as usual & no need to change anything. The truth is the solution is precisely the value of the service I provide for people. When I went into business for myself, the focus shifted from the heaviness of the problem to the lightness of the solution. Now the solution is the area I live in & yearn for. It’s hard to explain how refreshing this change has been for me. I’ve never been one to shy away from hard work. What I’m realizing is design is just that - HARD WORK! It takes a tremendous amount of effort, energy, focus, discipline & expertise. If you have an architectural problem that needs solving, I’d love to talk with you about what a revelation could mean for your home or your business or your life.


Joel 2:28 “And afterward, I will pour out my spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions.”


What dream has God given you today? PM me & let’s talk!

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