About Neighborhood Envy & Ryan Hart
You deserve to live in your DREAM HOME. You don’t have to spend a fortune or win the lotto to live in a luxurious home.
Here at NeighborhoodEnvy.com I’ll show you how to design and remodel your home in simple, yet powerful ways.
While designing homes from the ground up, the same questions and concerns are always raised by homeowners. Unfortunately, it’s difficult for homeowners to find the information they need. Whether it’s while working on their next home improvement project or designing their dream home from scratch it’s hard to know who to trust.
NEIGHBORHOODENVY.COM was created to help answer some of these pressing design questions.
So, far it’s working. Every month thousands come to this site to get great home design advice without the annoying ads, pop-ups and slideshows.
Today, more homeowners are concerned about maintaining and increasing the value of their home on a limited budget. Here you can find the answers to these questions and uncover new insights on home value, instead of the same worn out advice.
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Who is Ryan Hart?
My name is Ryan Hart and as an experienced Architectural Consultant and internationally recognized designer I’ve had the opportunity to connect with thousands of homeowners through this site.
As a young designer I began working on multi-million dollar homes in Los Angeles, CA which gave me valuable insights into the home design process. This led me to work with celebrity clients in Beverly Hills, like Jenny Jones and Francis Ford Coppola.
Now I’m opening up my box of tools so you can design your dream home without having to hire a celebrity Architect.
This site is the first step toward helping homeowners design their dream homes on their own terms.
I received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. In addition, I have a degree in Construction Planning and Management from the Viterbi School of Engineering at USC.
I was also a co-recipient of the prestigious Leavitt Architecture Fellowship. The insights from this research resulted in an exhibition in Los Angeles, CA.