DTP owner and partner Harold Remlinger loves what he does (and it shows). As an architect and committed educator, he is energized by variety and prefers not to hang his hat on a particular type of architecture.
Why not create an original with so many ways to put a project together?
Harold values client collaboration and sees it as vital for inspired creation. Research and detail-oriented, he does the front-end work needed to become an expert in his client’s business and workspace functionality, giving them the best possible design solutions.
I am passionate about creating a unique experience for the end user.
Growing up in Detroit and Warren, Michigan, Harold attended Lawrence Technological University, where he received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture. Being an educator and sharing knowledge is a big part of who Harold is.
Harold has a remarkable ability to envision every element of a project three-dimensionally and can recall precise building details photographically.
I love to see how things come apart and are put back together.
ETHOS AND PASSION
Passionate about music, Harold is a percussionist who plays a full drum kit and is skilled in the conga, djembe, Cajon, bodhran, and tubular bells, all of which he performs with the Detroit Concert Choir. Not always satisfied with 'manufactured' instruments, Harold will build his own from time to time.
Harold's parents immigrated to the U.S. in the late '50s from Central Europe, earning him first-generation American status. Learning his great grandfathers were architects and master builders during the Austrian Hungarian empire, Harold was eager to travel to Europe and walk historic sites with new meaning.
Harold's annual vacation to Cancun, Mexico, reconnects him with good friends. Other travel favorites include Puerto Rico, Switzerland, France, Austria, and several visits to Germany, where Berlin’s reconstruction profoundly impacted him.
Harold loves fly fishing and likes to tie his flies. He has a cottage on Harsen's Island and goes salmon fishing on the Pere Marquette River, where he catches and releases his catch. Harold designed and built his drift boat for fly fishing.
Licensed Architect State of Maryland # 19980
Licensed Architect State of Indiana # AR11500191
Licensed Architect State of Ohio #ARC 1115455
LEED AP BD+C
Licensed Architect State of Florida # AR 94766
Licensed Architect State of Michigan # 1301055999
Licensed Michigan Builder # 2101118125