Dedicated to creating well designed spaces and structures
We are dedicated to creating well designed spaces and structures that respond functionally and elegantly to the challenges our clients present. Our project list is as diverse as our clients and each project is given equal respect and painstakingly detailed.
We pride ourselves on our relationships with our clients and our ability to exceed their expectations, delivering beautiful architecture and interior spaces on time and on budget. We have established relationships with contractors, fabricators, graphic designers and artisans to provide a truly custom experience in the built environment. We also design and manage the fabrication of site specific furniture and fixtures for many of our projects. We are a full service Architecture and Interiors firm, handling every aspect of the design process from as-builts, schematics, construction documents and administration including the procurement of goods. Most importantly, we believe in the idea that good design is a necessity, not a luxury.
Curtis Popp is a third generation Sacramentan. He is a graduate of Sacramento Country Day School and Jesuit High School. He holds a BFA in Interior Architecture from CCA (California College of the Arts). He has been published in Interior Design, Dwell and Interni & Decor magazines. In addition to international publications, Curtis has also been published in many local publication including The Sacramento Bee, Sactown, Sacramento Magazine, Sacramento Business Journal and Comstocks. Curtis lives with his wife and two children in Land Park.
Dustin Littrell grew up in rural Kansas, attending Kansas State University’s College of Architecture Planning & Design where he received a B.Arch. Upon graduation, Dustin migrated west to Boulder, Colorado for several years before eventually settling in Sacramento. Dustin has been engaged in the local chapter of the AIA (Central Valley) and served as an Associate Director from 2009-2011. There he remains actively involved in public outreach, bridging the gap between design professionals and the general public. Dustin also considers himself a bit of a design activist in the historic Oak Park neighborhood he calls home along with his wife (and personal yoga teacher), Corri Chadwick and daughter Brett.