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Chris Novelli of n3 architecture reveals his home design and residential construction strategies to help homeowners learn more about the design and construction process so they can be better equipped to collaborate with builders, architects and contractors allowing them to make better, well-informed decisions when constructing or renovating their home. Discover tips to make your home more energy efficient, sustainable and durable to save money in heating and cooling costs. Your house is one ...
 
Design Wise is a podcast about Architecture, Interior Design, Art and all things related to the business of creating. Join our host, Jessica Chabot, as she does deep dive interviews with some of the best creative professionals about their careers. This podcast is sponsored by Hawthorn Builders. Make sure to check out their website below.
 
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#036: Today I am going to be discussing the pros and cons of purchasing online stock house plans - when it makes sense to purchase and when it doesnt. As someone who has dabbled in putting stock plans up for sale online I can give you some behind the scenes information on what you can expect to receive and also what will be missing. visit n3 archit…
 
#035: Today we are talking with Terry Alsberg the CEO and inventor of the warmboard radiant heating system. Terry will discuss the benefits and features of warmboard and why it is superior to all other radiant heating systems. Forget everything you think you know about radiant heating. Warmboard is a fully engineered system that uses routed panels …
 
#034: Today we talk with Erika Deady, who is the architectural representative for Pella Windows based out of the Greenfield, MA office. Erika tells us all about the innovative products that Pella has released and why Pella Windows stand above the competition. She also shares some helpful information for homeowners to consider before moving forward …
 
#033: Today we are going to be talking all about attic renovations and the things that you need to consider before undertaking such a project. From access and headroom to life safety, windows, storage and insulation I cover many of the key components that are required to turn an attic into habitable space. We also check in on the status of projects…
 
#032: I can't count how many times I am called by a homeowner who wants to undertake a major renovation / addition project and through talking with them I learned that they have either replaced their windows, siding, or roofing in the recent years. I cannot stress enough how bad of a decision this is. If you are even considering a major renovation …
 
#031: Lately I have been asked a few times about my background and while I don't really enjoy talking about myself too much I figured it was past due to give you some of my origin story and how I got into architecture. I am also starting a new segment where we will be following two different projects from start to finish and I can share the process…
 
#030: Most homeowners are not familiar with the phases of a project, and nor should they be - if you have never gone through a major construction project how would you know what the steps are, how would you know what is expected? In this episode I run through the phases of a typical residential project and let you know some of the mistakes I see pe…
 
#028: The Value of an Architect - with Matt Varley In this episode I talk with Matt Varley, principal architect of Bottega Miscellanea - an architecture and interior design firm based in Storrs Connecticut. Matt and I speak about the value of an architect, things homeowners should consider and share stories from our careers. This episode is a must …
 
#027: Rising Lumber Costs - Consider Advanced Framing The cost of lumber in the spring of 2020 is skyrocketing, many people are canceling, postponing or rethinking their projects. I feel this is an opportunity to re-think the way we build and implement advanced framing strategies. Advanced framing is nothing new, it has been around for decades, but…
 
#026: Designing a Homes Entry, Mudroom and Guest Bathroom. In this episode I discuss several things that you should be considering when you are designing the entry into your house including the mudroom and where to place the guest bathroom. visit www.n3architecture.com for more information email: chris@n3architecture.com with any questions you have…
 
#025: How to Design a Bedroom Today I talk about how I go about designing a bedroom and discuss some of the decisions that need to be made as you are designing your house and your bedroom around the way that you want to live. vist n3architecture.com for more information email: chris@n3architecture.com for any questions you may have Intro music by: …
 
023: Life Happens - Sometimes life gets a little hard. Between all the various commitments we have there comes a point when you have to take a step back and recharge the batteries. I am currently at this point. The podcast isnt going anywhere but there will not be another episode for another week or two as I take care of other obligations in my lif…
 
#022: Stories from the Jobsite Construction is not perfect, mistakes happen, personalities clash and sometimes things can get tense. Here are some stories that have happened on some projects that I have worked on. visit www.n3architecture.com for more information Intro music by: Purple Planet MusicChris tarafından oluşturuldu
 
#019: How and When to Hire an Architect. You have been thinking about a building project for a long time. Maybe you are looking to build a vacation house where you can spend time with your grandchildren or maybe you are a young family who needs more space, or maybe you have been dreaming of opening / expanding your business, but you don't know wher…
 
#018: How to Choose a Building Site. There are many things that you must consider before purchasing a lot to build a new house on. Does zoning allow for what you want to build, what about utilities and access? How does topography play into the equation? What are some other things that you need to be aware of before you make the purchase. Involving …
 
#016: Most seniors want to stay in their current home and community as they age. How do you change the way you think about the design of your home to accommodate aging-in-place, or what can you build now to make that transition easier in the future? In this episode I discuss strategies for new home construction that can be implemented to allow for …
 
#015: The construction industry is one of the last large scale production operations that is assembled by human hands. No matter how experienced your contractor is, things will inevitably go wrong. Other times homeowners make mistakes in both planning and execution that put themselves at risk. In part 1 of this reoccurring topic we will discuss som…
 
#013: In this episode I discuss the different types of roofing options available to homeowners as well as talking about some of the common mistakes I see and tips for a better installation. visit www.n3architecture.com for more information email your questions to homedesignacademy@n3architecture.com Intro and some cut music by Purple Planet Music…
 
#011: In this episode I talk all about windows and the various choices homeowners need to make while selecting windows for their house. We dive into the different types of windows and the pros and cons of each as well explore the thermal properties and what the various ratings mean. Visit n3architecture.com for more information…
 
#009: In this episode we look at alternative design and construction methods for the exterior wall of your house. I review several designs that can improve the energy efficiency of your house, save you money on your heating and cooling bills and create healthier interior living conditions. Visit www.n3architecture.com for more information…
 
#008: In this episode I explain a number of things clients should know when starting or undertaking a construction project. This is not an exhaustive, finalized list, but things which often come up during a project. you can find show notes at http://www.n3architecture.comChris tarafından oluşturuldu
 
#007: In this episode we learn about the basic information for house and building foundations, their importance and some terminology so that you are better equipped to have a conversation with your architect, contractor, builder and understand what is happening on the job site as your foundation is being installed. Find show notes at: http://www.n3…
 
#006: In this episode we conclude the three part mini-series on how to get started with your new house project. Looking to site constraints and focusing on some of the standard things you will find in your city or town's zoning ordinance. Remember, constraints can result in creative solutions. Find show notes at: http://www.n3architecture.com…
 
In episode 005 we talk about the next step when you are just getting started in designing your new house - and that is site design. After listening you will have a better understanding of what drives site design and how the site can alter the orientation, scale and massing of your house or building. Some of the things we will discuss are - The appr…
 
Imagine this - you’ve saved and dreamed for years, you bought some land and now you are getting ready to get started building the home of your dreams. You are very excited and have so much anticipation on how great it will be. You can almost picture the house in your mind – but the big problem is… where do you get started. As hard as it might be, I…
 
#002: In this episode we discuss the methods I use to finish a basement. Water and humidity are the typical problems with basements in the Northeast. I want everyone to be very mindful that using standard (above-grade) construction methods in a basement has a high potential for mold to grow. You also need to be very careful with what materials come…
 
Hello, Thanks for finding your way to my podcast. I hope you enjoy the show and learned something new. My name is Chris Novelli and I am an architect with over 20 years of experience in a wide variety of projects, everything from: Residential Multifamily Housing Affordable Housing Senior Housing Small Commercial Offices and Business Use Historical …
 
#003: For episode 003 we discuss Ice Dams – what causes them, how to avoid them, things to implement if you are building a new house in a cold climate and steps you can take in your existing house if you have ice dams during the winter. Read show notes here: https://n3architecture.com/episode-003-ice-dams/…
 
Architect, Sam Kachmar, is our special guest on this episode. Sam's firm, SKA, is employing the latest technology and innovation, allowing their clients to virtually walk through their spaces before committing to a design. This really differentiates them from other firms and Sam talks about what led him to take the firm into the future of architect…
 
Michael Ferzoco of Eleven Interiors joins on on this episode of Design Wise. Michael has a very interesting life to date that includes being one of 17 kids that grew up in Roslindale, MA. Michael spent many years in the financial industry before leaving to start his own design firm. He has grown that firm to a team of 7 that are well renowned in Ne…
 
Architect, Michael Tartamella of Patrick Ahearn Architect, joins us on this episode of Design Wise. Show Notes: Mike discusses his childhood in Long Island and how his architect uncle inspired him Mike went to Roger Williams University and played Volleyball He worked out of school doing some residential work, but wasn’t entirely inspired He started…
 
John Rufo, principle Architect at Form + Place, joins us on this episode of Design Wise. During our conversation we discuss everything from place making and what what means, streetscapes, and mixed use developments. John also gives us some insight as to his "side hustle" and how that dovetails with his work. https://www.formandplace.com/…
 
Our featured guest on this episode is artist Carolyn Mackin. In this conversation we find out about how Carolyn changed from photography to painting, where she thinks original art is headed, and how its going to get there. Carolyn is offering a free 3 page guide about "How to get the artwork of your dreams by collaborating with the right artist". Y…
 
Our featured guest on this episode is Michael J Lee of Michael J Lee Photography. Michael is a renowned photographer based in Boston, MA. We discuss where he started, how he likes to work, and he shares some personal insights that you won't want to miss.Make sure you subscribe to this podcast so you will get all of our latest episodes as soon as th…
 
During the construction of your home, homeowners insurance will cover most of your risk but you are asked to grab a builders risk policy due to the possibility that a contractor breaks something or they open the roof and a leak sets in -- the good news is you will only pay for the length of the time you're using it. As soon as you close the extra p…
 
Either you want to purchase a home and want to renovate the home or you currently own the home and want to tear it down and build it anew. If you own the own home a bank will loan you, in most cases, up to 80% of the value of your home. Your LTV or loan to value will depend on the current value of your home but no more than 80% of your home's curre…
 
From downloading a template online to outline what you intend to spend on -- getting an exact amount of the raw materials is possible if you know what type of material you're looking to invest in when building and designing your home because you can get a kitchen counter for $10,000 or $2,000 depending on the materials. Putting together a fantasy l…
 
From night lights, walk lights to exterior lights and even under the counter lighting Josh Rubenstein takes you through the finer details of choosing lighting for you home and what the benefits of each type are Not to mention covering the basic rules behind wall outlets and how they have to be apart every four or six feet. Josh also shares why he’s…
 
Here’s your crash course Harvard education for building a home from the costs associated with each item to what the first three steps are in the process. This begins to cover the point where you're ready to start construction. Josh Rubenstein will cover items like what to watch for when creating foundations for your home that involve your neighbor …
 
Going directly to a contractor will save you time and money according to Josh Rubenstein--Architects can potentially see you as a one off project if you’re going to them directly whereas a relationship with a contractor like Josh can potentially mean a variety of projects which is financially promising to an Architect which will bring a better deal…
 
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