Schill Architecture Featured in Cleveland Magazine

Schill Architecture featured in Cleveland Magazine, March 2015

Cleveland Magazine’s March 2015 edition featured 250 of the most expensive homes in Northeast Ohio. Not only was the home featured on the cover a home designed by Steve Schill, a total of 15 of the highlighted properties were designed by Steve as well. Whether you are considering new construction or renovating your current estate home, call […]

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Schill Architecture Receives Best of Houzz Awards

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Over 25 Million Monthly Unique Users Rated Top-Rated Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals for the 2015 Best of Houzz Awards Schill Architecture of Westlake, Ohio has been awarded “Best of Houzz” for Design & Customer Satisfaction by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The architecture firm, in businesses for over 25 years specializing […]

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Social Media for Architects, Designers & Builders

Most everyone knows what Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter are all about. But did you know there is a specialized social media site dedicated to design and construction professionals as well? Well there is and you can check it out at! If you are familiar with any other social media sites you will […]

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Lake Erie Home Design

  Start: 2013 Location: Avon Lake, OH Located on a very large, 3-acre site located along the Lake Erie waterfront, the contemporary facade of this home was a direct result of an afternoon drive past Lakefront Home 26000 (link this to other page). After witnessing the unprecedented design features of this home that they had […]

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The Sanctuary at Catawba Island Club

  Start: 2014 Location: Catawba, OH Located within the boundaries of the prestigious Catawba Island Club, the site for this Catawba home is defined by its adjacency to Speaker’s Pond, a large water feature within the club. While the lot offers unobstructed vistas of the water, the design was required to comply with local architectural […]

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