The distinguished designer, Chauncey Meyer, Member AIA, and one of the foremost architects in Tucson, asks questions because he has to. It’s in his nature to know how to affect a space. He needs to see the light will live in a structure he designs.
A substantial core of services from architectural design, space planning, and environmental conservation, provide the ideal techniques for Arizona construction.
An example of a Chauncey Meyer design, with the Ram home, the clients wanted their formal dining room to be a place to relax. By lowering the ceiling, installing plush carpeting, and offsetting the light fixtures, he created a softer sound for dinner conversation. As you walk out of the immediate table area, the ceilings rise and the floor material change to a harder travertine. This enhances the element of transition with echoes and volume, reinforcing the intimacy of the dining room.
“Finding the joy in a room is part of listening and understanding how the visible elements are combined.”
A corner stone of Chauncey Meyer’s contributions can be found throughout the Tucson area. His work on remolding and new residence projects a long with his commercial work i.e. Offices, Retail, Restaurants, Warehouses, and Apartments to mention a few.