Greetings!

We specialize in designing fine custom homes. David is an environmental architect who is a pioneer in passive solar and sustainable architecture, creating buildings that heat and cool themselves naturally. He has designed everything from award winning homes to condominiums and office buildings. We offer finely crafted custom home designs as well as predesigned plans, with completed projects in most states across the country.  We’re sure there’s something here that will interest you. Welcome and start clicking!plans-for-sale-4

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We at Sierra Custom Homes have built Mr. Wrights homes and have more builds currently in process. Our clients and ourselves included are consistently impressed by his extremely comfortable, functional, and energy efficient designs. He maintains excellent communication throughout the design process, ensuring the end result truly meets the desires of his clients. David is an extremely competent and experienced architect that brings a unique personal touch to every project, a true industry leader!

Charlie C. Twin Bridges CA

Project Examples

David Wright has over 30 years experience designing private residences, commercial & institutional structures, custom homes and remodels and additions. Click here to see some examples of our projects.

 

Philosophy

We focus on architecture as functional art. As Solar Environmental Architects, we embrace a wide scope of appropriate technologies to design buildings that respond to the individual client’s needs, the site, the climate and the regional character.

Solar Design

As an early pioneer in passive solar design, David has designed solar architecture for virtually all climate zones and has authored three books which have helped define the principles of architectural climate design and the types of architectural solutions which are the mainstream concepts today.