Gordon Architecture of Wheaton, IL Cited in Home

Design Article:  “Small Space? No Biggie – Smart, efficient

designs make every square inch count” by Kari Richardson



Wheaton, IL  —  February 1, 2013 – Gordon Architecture, Inc. of Wheaton, IL has been cited in a home design article published today in the Chicago Homes section of the Chicago Tribune.  The principal of the seven year old architecture and design firm was interviewed by journalist Kari Richardson for her article on how to make the most of small spaces in the home.


To read the online version of the article, please click here.


About the Chicago Homes Section and the Author

The Chicago Homes section of the Chicago Tribune is a weekly section devoted to home design and residential real estate.  Kari Richardson is a free-lance writer and editor living in the western suburbs of Chicago.  Her work has been published in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Home + Garden, Wisconsin Trails, Working Mother, Chicagoland Gardening, Chicago Parent, Midwest Living, the Chronicle of Higher Education and many other publications.


About Gordon Architecture, Inc.

Gordon Architecture, Inc. was started by Shawn Gordon in 2005 with a focus on custom residential projects of all sizes and styles, ranging from custom furniture to room remodels and additions to completely new homes.  “I  ask client’s to convey what they would like to achieve with their project in terms of not only function and daily life needs, but also what speaks to them in terms of “feel”, design details, and what most people understand to be “style””, said Shawn Gordon of Gordon Architecture, Inc..  “It’s always my goal to then go back and work towards doing what they want, and doing it well.”