Flat Arq, LLC is a multilayered real estate business with a core purpose of modernizing stale interior and exterior looks by implementing contemporary design cues and other visual developments.
Karina Boyce’s (Founder) affinity for interior design, real estate and architecture dates back to her humble caribbean roots. As a child, born in Trinidad & Tobago, she would piggy back her mother to and from work on various occasions. Along the commute she’d always gaze out the car’s window and be captivated by the myriad of housing structures along with their colorful array of tropical landscaping attributes. When she arrived at her mother’s workplace, Karina enjoyed browsing the showroom floor and warehouses of CW Interiors which carried of variety of interior decor selections. Fast forward to 2013, she met the very person, her husband, who would constantly motivate her to make her imagination a tangible reality.
Julian Boyce, (Co-Founder) whom also has caribbean lineage, but from the island of Barbados, shares similar cultural values and spent much of his youth touring the island’s sun lit tropical beaches. He also reminisces and admires witnessing nearly the entire color spectrum painted on house facades in the villages. As of lately, Karina has embarked on her journey of managing the budgeting of commercial real estate and wants to dial things down to get a grasp on residential properties with the introduction of Flat Arq, LLC. With Julian’s overall keen sense of design and admiration for contemporary architectural design they’ve decided to create this platform and intend on fostering a community of individuals that share a congruent appreciation for real estate and all it has to offer.
From interior decor suggestions, fix and flip opportunities down to blog posts that touch the minds and hearts of architectural aficionados, Flat Arq, LLC wants to engage you. Our products and projects will as incorporate modern design, but we expect to pay homage to classic decor at times because as the ol’ adage goes, “You only know where to go when you know where you’re coming from”.