Beausoleil is French for ‘beautiful sun’
the ultimate source of energy that sustains life on our planet
Who we are . . .
Beausoleil Architects was founded in 1992 by our two principals, Robert and Christine Boles, a husband and wife team. We specialize in residential, hospitality and small commercial projects. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide our clients with a high level of personal service and design to fulfill your spatial dreams as well as your practical needs. We work with you to design a project that integrates form, function, budget, technology and environmental sensitivity.
Our Projects . . .
Our completed projects include new and remodeled homes, ranging from modest to palatial in scale, hotels and restaurants, as well as commercial, non-profit and retail projects. Most of our work has been in California but we also have completed projects in China, Italy and Australia. We are available to work in the European Common Market, with EU citizenship and fluent French language skills.
Our Clients . . .
We consider our clients our partners in design. Our best projects are those that result from our collaboration with clients fully engaged in the design process, bringing their own ideas and vision to bear.
Robert Boles, Architect
Robert’s strengths are his breadth of knowledge of construction types, building types and historical styles, his design and detailing skills, and his experience coordinating the work of associated engineering consultants.
After receiving his architectural training at the University of California at Berkeley and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, he received his California Architectural License in 1986.
Christine Lebeau Boles, Architect
Christine’s strengths are in project management, design and space planning, and use of computers to facilitate efficient work and communication. She became a California licensed architect in 1993 after completing her studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with subsequent graduate level work at the University of California at Berkeley. She also enjoys pastel painting and stained glass work.