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  • Writer's pictureJack Baldwin

How To Pitch a "Perfect Game" When Designing Your Dream Home

Domingo German's perfect game on June 28, 2023, was history-making.

If you're not a baseball fan, the significance of last night's accomplishment may not resonate with you as it does for me. But what this 30-year-old, relatively unknown pitcher from the Dominican Republic did on Wednesday was remarkable.

A perfect game is a rare and beautiful thing. And a custom home that captures our clients' distinct vision is just as rare and beautiful. When things come together in harmony and Design/Function/Budget all line up to yield the results we are after together, there is no better feeling in the world.  Perfect game, Reynard Custom Homes Photo: Stan Szeto/USA TODAY Sports via Reuters Con
Photo: Stan Szeto/USA TODAY Sports via Reuters Con

A perfect game in baseball is when a pitcher, throughout all nine innings, retires every batter without allowing a single opposing player to reach base. No hits, no walks, no base runners.


That's 27 batters faced, 27 outs recorded.


In 147 years, it has only happened 24 times. 24 times!


To put it into more perspective, there have been roughly 25,000 Major League Baseball Games in those 147 years, and a perfect game has happened only .0096% of the time. To take the point even further, a pitcher has a .000983% chance of pitching a perfect game when he takes the mound!

It's beautiful because it's so rare.


But it takes much more than one person's performance for this rarity to happen. A pitcher cannot succeed without the team on the field supporting him and the catcher behind the plate guiding him.


Reynard Custom Homes brings that team together into a harmonious and collaborative environment because we believe having each of these players contributing from "the first inning to the last out" is the only way to see a custom home built the way it is intended by our clients.
Architectural designs by James Knight of Reynard Custom Homes. Photo by Scott Ramsey Photography.

"How To Pitch A Perfect Game When Designing Your Custom Dream Home"


Designing and building a custom home requires the same level of precision, teamwork, and a unique combination of individual and collaborative contribution. More than anything, it's the right person doing the right thing at the right time. After reading "Good to Great" by Jim Collins, we like to say at Reynard Custom Homes, "Get the right people on the bus, the right people in the right seats."


In our world, skill, strategy, and teamwork must unite to bring a dream home to life.


Designing and building a custom home is a complex process. But having the right team on the field, each playing the right part and maintaining a laser beam focus on the outcome, is crucial.


For our team at Reynard, that focus is our mission;


Reynard Custom Homes' mission "To collaborate with our clients and create unique custom homes that last a lifetime"

A perfect game is a rare and beautiful thing. And a custom home that captures our clients' distinct vision is just as rare and beautiful. When things come together in harmony and Design/Function/Budget all line up to yield the results we are after together, there is no better feeling in the world.


a segmented approach to custom home design/build can lead to higher costs longer delays and scattered design


Reynard Custom Home design/project/build team consists of expert professionals in the fields of architecture, interior design, general contracting, landscape design, and structural engineering. Reynard Custom Homes brings that team together into a harmonious and collaborative environment because we believe having each of these players contributing from "the first inning to the last out" is the only way to see a custom home built the way it is intended by our clients.

Our custom home design/project/build team consists of expert professionals in the fields of architecture, interior design, general contracting, landscape design, and structural engineering. Reynard Custom Homes brings that team together into a harmonious and collaborative environment because we believe having each of these players contributing from "the first inning to the last out" is the only way to see a custom home built the way it is intended by our clients.

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