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You're IT Spring Architecture + Design!
Three questions with Jessica Talley, Principal Architect at Spring Architecture + Design.
Why did you start your business?
I started Spring Architecture and Design to create beauty, sustainability, and well-being for the community, and environment. Our mission is to make the world better by helping people feel happy and healthy in their built space, while also being environmentally conscious. Through our designs, we bring people together in the community to experience architecture and landscape.
On a personal level, I believe in a balanced life and while I value my career and mission to use my talents to improve the world through architecture; I am also married and an active mother of 3 young children. I created Spring Architecture and Design to have and give others the option of working during preferred hours and remotely when needed to ensure a productive, and efficient work-life experience that yields expansive success.
What is your best-selling product/service?
Our best-selling service is our architectural designs. We love what we do and thrive in the field of design. We are a young office with progressive, creative, and cool ideas and solutions for community projects, commercial and residential construction for clients. We also enjoy collaborating with the client and discovering how to create the best space for them whether it is an individual, family, or community.
How many local businesses do you use to support your business (products and services) and can you name them?
Yes, we believe in supporting local and startups with integrity as well as female and mom entrepreneurs, being one myself. We currently work with the following local businesses that have helped with supporting our company, such as Jaime Paoletti at Garcia Milas, and Michelle Long at EMA Energy Management Authority. We would love to and intend to work with more local design and collaborative businesses.
Spring Architecture + Design is located at 6 Larch tree Lane in Westport. Visit Spring Architecture + Design online here, and make sure to check out their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages as well!
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