works to maintain the level of quality in the construction work described in the contract documents (the drawings and specifications).
work experience have been in environments holding similar attitudes. He worked with and for Kesseler|
Giffels Consultants, Seydler-Sweatt Architects, and the Armajani Art Studio.
In his early apprenticeships he worked for Lee Tollefson Architects and the Leonard Parker Architects in Minnesota.
the significance of history, ideas and the importance of place is the normal course of work. Unlike working with a builder or developer, an experienced designer functions as a client advocate. As the advocate of the owner, the designer consults with all parties involved in the project and acts as a bridge between the owner the general contractor. In that position the designer; helps to choose an appropriate
a fine art
an altogether different
way of thinking
that brings shape to the imagination,
to a place, people and the habits of every day.
Tammeron has had twenty years experience designing residential, institutional and commercial buildings. Projects include the design for an observation tower at Water Works Museum and Learning Center, Detroit; a Proposal for Rose Hill Center and
the alteration of the Hepworth House (AIA design honor Award 1999). Tammeron's work is design-oriented. Meaning, the work intends a recognition of the significance of imagination as well as an attempt to grapple with present and historical design contexts. Tammeron's apprenticeship and
Working with a designer can be a collaboration in an imaginative atmosphere where innovative problem solving, poetic interpretation, and an implicit recognition of