The Architecture of Life: Truehome in Washington Spaces

The Architecture of Life - Christopher K. Travis

Monday, January 12, 2009

Truehome in Washington Spaces

Washington Spaces, a high end home and lifestyle magazine in Washington D. C. is now highlighting an article about Truehome and our "emotional architecture" approach to design.

Our thanks to Libby Burns for picking us as one of the most interesting home-related stories of 2008. Here's a link to the story called "The Personal Ads of Home Design."

The article notes the New York Times article about me and our architecture firm that was published last July.

It also promotes my architecture firm and the upcoming Truehome Workshop seminars I will be offering based on demand in Austin, Houston and San Antonio, Texas in 2009. My thanks to Washington Spaces for the kind words.

There are quite a few interior designers, architects and mental health professionals across the nation who have been patiently waiting for our technology startup to get the online version of our approach to market.

To all those fans and devotees of "human centered" design, my apologies. The "interesting" circumstances in the economy have slowed our efforts to complete our next round to we remain "in limbo" until we get those last few investors.

I appreciate the interest and patience of all and would like to point out that those professionals who are interested in learning more about the Truehome approach to creating homes that fit the tastes, lifestyle, personal goals and values, budgets and emotional needs of their clients can get things rolling now by hosting a Truehome Workshop seminar in their community.

It's a great way to find new clients while getting trained in the method at the same time. If you are interested in more details, contact me via e-mail.

In the meantime, I am quite happy our project is being promoted in Washington D.C. during the inauguration of our next president. I hope America can come together to support the new and positive opportunity for change provided by the Obama administration.

I wish Barack and Michelle Obama all the best. We are all in this together in America. Let's pitch in to take out country and our economy to new heights!