Remember the moment when you found the perfect new home.  Except… there was just that one thing that stopped you from buying. Whether it is the elusive master bathroom, or the open concept floor plan, or maybe a  kitchen remodel, or that one unusual item that keeps you from buying, a redesign can make your almost perfect home into your perfect home.


There are times we find the right location, the right school district, the right neighborhood, but the home requires renovation, an architectural change can make the property the right property for you.


Not seeing the vision of how to make the area into your dream area?  Contact Architectural Dreams, they will be happy to assist you with visioning your dream, planning, and executing the vision.



Here are a few testimonials regarding Architectural Dreams:
“Architectural Dreams was a pleasure to work with: adaptable to my schedule; dependable with the appointments; and easy to get in touch with during the entire process. In addition, Daniel, in particular, greatly streamlined my project by connecting us with qualified contacts such as a structural engineer and city permits expeditor. I would highly recommend his services.”
Ken Kirshner
Pacific Palisades, California
“I never thought I would find myself taking the time to write a recommendation letter but I just felt I had to because I was so tremendously lucky to have Mr. Daniel Bravo and his company when designing and remodeling our club in Orlando. Daniel was thorough and honest when submitting his bid and although Architectural Dreams wasn’t the lowest bid submitted, I still saved money in the end because what they promised, they delivered. I never had to question Mr. Bravo’s integrity, which is rare today. I’m very happy to recommend Daniel and his team for any construction project.”
Lyle Black
Lyle Black Club Management
“Daniel Bravo of Architectural Dreams was so quick, precise and efficient that I was extremely pleased to work with him. I found him very knowledgeable about structural issues and codes, and adept at problem-solving for the best use of spaces and planning.”
Elizabeth McMillian, Ph.D
Architectural Historian and Home-owner