Missouri Architect License A-2022004625
Our vision is to set the standard in innovative, high performance, energy efficient and strategic off-grid design. Our mission is to promote humanity.
But he that shall endure until the end, the same shall be saved. Matthew 24:13
As a design partnership, we personally engage with our clients from start to finish.
Jerome Paul Asaro
J. PAUL ASARO has thirty years of architectural experience as a California licensed professional architect and two decades as a licensed general contractor. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree with Honors from UC Berkeley's School of Architecture in 1983. Prior to this, he lived in Paris, France and studied at the Sorbonne after completing his general undergraduate requirements at UC San Diego on the Dean's Honor List.
CANDICE ASARO began her career in the field of building design creating residential renderings. Candice brings an exceptional eye to interior design, furnishings and material selections, as well as visualization and virtual walk through rendering.
Asaro Architecture specializes in:
The roof offers valuable real estate for solar panels or rain water collection systems. However, the roof and eaves are also susceptible to fire and wind. Special care should be taken to consider both the opportunities and the vulnerabilities of this critical component.
Shield equipment or the entire home from EMP or solar flare.
Doors can make an easy entrance for a fire or intruder.
Note: the door itself may not be the weakest link. Make sure the entire door assembly can withstand the pressure.
Designing, building and retrofitting for security means making sure there are no weak links in your home's protection.
Standard glass is vulnerable to extreme temperature, weather, and forced entry. Ballistic rated windows or protective shutters can shield these entry points into the home.
Basement, storm shelter, root cellar or bunker. An underground space can enhance your family's lifestyle while providing excellent protective capabilities. Temperature control, air filtration and security features are important features to consider when designing an underground space.