Chauncey Meyer Architect asks questions because he has to. It’s in his nature to know how to affect a space. He needs to see the light and how that light will live in a structure he designs.
“A space should have a grace about it. Good architecture shouldn’t overwhelm, it is the place that you enjoy without noticing. The spaces I design feel clean, refined, and comfortable.” – Chauncey Meyer
Chauncey has a degree in Architecture from the University of Arizona, a Bachelor’s in Interior Design, and a degree in Architectural Technology from Southern Illinois University. He has been building in Tucson since the early 80’s. His soft midwest style, with a solid southwest background, allows him to speak from experience when conceptualizing a home for native Arizonans or new Snowbirds.
“The wonderful thing about working with Chauncey was his patience. There was never a time when he didn’t take my phone call or wasn’t available to discuss our construction. He never seemed to get ruffled by any obstacles and we ended up with such a wonderful home. We couldn’t have hoped for a better experience.” – The Abels
One side of him is architecture; the other side of him is construction. Chauncey Meyer actually delivers results on both sides. Chauncey has co-owned his construction company for half of his career, providing the same quality and service to his clients for conceptual development through final construction. As a second-generation contractor, his experience in the trenches allows Chauncey Meyer a keen insight through the entire process. This allows him to avoid many of the redesigns other architects would never see coming.