“Our designs are flexible and allow different people to use them in different ways. It is possible to build our designs with conventional methods familiar to any builder, or to introduce unique materials.”
Gregory La Vardera graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. He started his own practice in 1994 specializing in light residential and commercial work and has recently branched into contemporary stock house plans. Extensive experience in common building techniques helped shape his designs, which suit a variety of sites, celebrate indoor-outdoor living, and use simple forms and materials in expressive ways. One plan even draws inspiration from the mid-century modern houses built by the California community developer Joseph Eichler. The plans include one and two story designs.
NEWS: Check out the October 2008 Met Home magazine for a fine article by author/editor Karrie Jacobs on how architect Greg La Vardera is making modern house plans affordable, and on his exclusive relationship with Houseplans.com. The article points out that Greg's “Plat House” is his best seller.