Ready for a New House in the Blue Ridge Mountains?

Residents of Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, NC and Watauga County Trust Us for Custom Home Designs

Whether you are already a High Country resident or planning to relocate to our area, join forces with Marland Architecture to design your next mountain retreat or in-town bungalow in Boone, Blowing Rock & Banner Elk, NC. Do you dream of long range views, a porch next to a cascading stream, or a cozy weekend cabin? We specialize in "Not So Big Houses", green building design, and custom designs to fit your land, your life, and your budget. Contact Kimberly Marland at 828-964-9274 to schedule a complimentary initial consultation.

Benefit from 20+ years of architectural insight

Kimberly Marland graduated from Virginia Tech in 1993, earned initial licensure in Utah in 1996, and licensure in North Carolina in 2001 after moving to Boone. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects and has been a LEED Accredited Professional since 2008. Since starting Marland Architecture in 2002, Kimberly has worked on over 150 projects including new houses, additions and renovations. Harness all this knowledge to help develop your next project from an idea to reality! Call Kimberly to discuss the following:

You've always wanted a Boone getaway - now is the time to make that dream a reality. Meet with Kimberly today to share your thoughts on residential architecture. Kimberly will LISTEN to your wants and needs, HELP you prioritize your list, ORGANIZE the spaces to capture the strengths of your site, and DESIGN your DREAM HOME.

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Marland Architecture strives to team with you and your builder to help make the construction process go smoothly. Using computer software, we will create a model of your project to show you views of both the exterior and the interior so that you can understand the spaces beyond a 2D drawing. For examples of this, see the COMPUTER MODELING GALLERY tab. You will be able to see an amazing variety of styles, colors, and materials applied to your design before any dirt is moved. Your builder can be involved during the planning process to help keep tabs on your budget to avoid surprises after the construction documents are completed.