Category : Blog

09 Jul 2024

4 Architecture Design Trends in 2024

Architecture design trends are set early in the year, but at Seth A. Leeb Architecture, we feel there are four major ones that are worth highlighting again. Sustainability was, after all, prioritized during the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2024 Conference on Architecture and Design held in June. Led by Seth A. Leeb, AIANJ, a multi-award-winning NJ architect, our team is always up to date with the latest trends influencing architecture, our local community, and clients both new and old. […]

14 May 2024
Strategies on How to Increase Home Value Through Innovative Approaches

Strategies on How to Increase Home Value Through Innovative Approaches

In the ever-evolving landscape of real estate, homeowners are constantly seeking ways to maximize the value of their properties. Whether preparing for a future sale or simply aiming to enhance their living space, the quest to boost home value remains a top priority. Fortunately, the realm of possibilities for increasing home value is vast and diverse. In this article, we’ll dive into some of the most effective and forward-thinking approaches to enhancing your home’s worth. One crucial aspect in this […]

07 May 2024
Insights into Green Architecture and Sustainability for a Greener Future

Insights into Green Architecture and Sustainability for a Greener Future

The value of green architecture for commercial and residential buildings should not be underestimated. Commercial green property management is a growing industry, and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) states: “Energy and environmental performance are emerging as key benchmarks in how commercial real estate buildings are judged and priced in today’s market.” In this article, our architectural firm in New Jersey will discuss in more depth, answering the most frequently asked questions regarding the intent and benefits of green sustainable […]

11 Mar 2024

The Construction Permitting Process in New Jersey Explained

The NJ construction permitting process can feel overwhelming when you have never used it. Seth A. Leeb is familiar with the State of New Jersey Uniform Construction Code (UCC) after more than 25 years as a registered architect. This code regulates the structural design, maintenance, construction, and use of buildings and structures already erected or to be erected. Building permits are regulated by the NJ Uniform Construction Code and issued by Building or Construction Departments of municipalities. In this article, […]

09 Jan 2024
Hybrid Office Design_ A Guide for Architects and Employers

Hybrid Office Design: A Guide for Architects and Employers

Hybrid office design is now standard practice across the board. Some companies still require employees to be in the office full-time, while many others offer a permanent hybrid work alternative. Gallup states that hybrid workers are, on average, coming into the office three days per week, which requires a rethink of modern office architecture. We need innovative office spaces to accommodate the diverse needs of hybrid work. That being said, our team of architects in NJ have put together a […]