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Asheville Habitat for Humanity

Asheville Habitat for Humanity: Women Build House

Each year, the Asheville chapter of Habitat for Humanity participates in the national Women Build program, a program designed with a collaborative mission, “to empower women to take action against substandard housing conditions”. Women from all over Asheville and Western North Carolina come together throughout March and June in a cooperative and supportive environment with one goal, to build a...

Innovative Bathroom Design

Quite often it’s the unseen elements that aid in creating a space of relation and rejuvenation in bathroom design. It’s been estimated that if you live to be 75, you will spend a total of 1.5 years of your life in the bathroom. Why wouldn’t you want to make this space a top priority when designing or redesigning your home? Modern innovations...

Amy Connor-Murphy

Choosing Your Home Architect

At ACM Architects we understand that every homeowner has their own unique set of ideals and design preferences.  We have years of experience working with people in Western North Carolina to help bring their vision to life, and since finding the right architecture firm for your home build is vital to the process, we’ve compiled some of our best insights...

Amy Connor-Murphy

Why I Do What I Do . . .

As a high school student struggling to find my path for college, I visited an architect's office in my hometown and immediately "knew" that was the job for me.  Of course, I had no idea what being an architect really entailed, but the thought of drawing everyday and being outside while the building was being built sounded just right to...

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Design and Build a Mountain Home?

We have compiled a series of free guides with the best information for designing a mountain home. We've written about our insight as mountain home architects about how to create a personalized and heartfelt home. We offer expert advice about topics like building on steep slopes, mountain home building costs, and building homes for the mountain weather.