Inouye Designs

Inouye Design

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Inouye Design specializes in the design of high-end custom homes for discriminating clients and has won numerous awards for functional and aesthetic home designs and floor plans. Inouye Design was formed in 1997 by Aaron Inouye to provide personal service coupled with innovative design to create extraordinary housing projects that reflect the needs, desires and personality of each homeowner. Integral to providing quality service is maintaining attention to detail, utilizing cutting edge 3D computer technology, and incorporating every client’s specific requirements by listening to their demands and working closely with them. This results in a highly successful design and positive experience that blends the homeowner’s individual lifestyle with the project’s unique setting.

Inouye Design has created designs for custom residences in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. These projects vary in size from 1,500 to 35,000 square feet. Many of these homes have been featured in publications such as Utah Home and Style, Edge Builders, Leading Residential Builders, and Utah Valley Magazine as well as several appearances on the television shows Hot Homes of Utah and Homes Today Utah Edition.

A successful project starts with listening to every client’s needs and desires and incorporating them into a house that is harmonious with its surroundings, accommodates the owner’s lifestyle and dreams, and exhibits unique charm and timeless character. Aaron Inouye believes a home should be a luxurious refuge from the busy stresses of the world. It should be a place that not only exhibits character but provides personalized comfort and functionality for its occupants. Additionally, Mr. Inouye strives to create indoor spaces that transition seamlessly with outdoor spaces to create a harmonious and desirable relationship. Inouye Design is also striving to introduce environmentally responsible design, products and materials into its projects.


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