The main goal of this project included updating the non-descript 1950's ranch style home with a modern aesthetic. We did this by keeping several goals in mind including increasing the ceiling height, taking advantage of the amazing city views, and integrating the kitchen into the main living space.
The clients purchased a secluded perch on the site of a former granite quarry that offers stunning views of the Blue Hill Peninsula. After camping on the property for almost 10 years and learning the...
Lively colours, neat patterns, tiled courtyards and elegant rooms make the heart of Moroccan interior design. Movies such as "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Gladiator" further inspired people to infuse the...
Open up divided rooms to create more of a great room feeling.
To be able to see who was at the front door while working in the kitchen.
Incorporate universal design elements so owners can make this their forever home.
Add storage in kitchen and master suite.
Balance the budget with the desire for quality finishes.
Select finishes that have a sleek look and are also easy to clean and maintain.
The goal was a home that is beautiful, functional, low maintenance, highly energy efficient, with low toxicity and built with materials that are sustainable and renewable.
The concept was to restore the two principal rooms and open up the ground floor and create a new living space.
Summer home on a Montana family ranch for a family member living on the East Coast. The house had to be flexible enough to accommodate up to 60 people for family gatherings with room for 12 or more extra family members to sleep there during the holidays. Local material use was emphasized as well as energy efficiency. The house will eventually serve as a full-time residence.
Our Project Goals:
1) Summer house, eventual retirement home.
2) Place to relax and be part of and observe the natural environment.
3) Walking distance to beach and sunsets.
4) Informal plan to entertain family and friends.
5) outdoor rooms.
6) Comfortable vacation feel.
7) Each space serves at least one specific need with built ins.
8) Low maintenance/long lasting materials.
9) Location where there is a farm to fork, wine culture.
In this present world, the majority of adults prefer formal education. While speaking about remaining sorts of individuals, they desired learn the missed things. Few of them made the crucial decision...
This house is beautiful - from the inside out. Outside, the unpretentious design is at home with the wooded lots, the wildflowers, and the rugged terrain of the Gatineau Park. The deep-plum tones of...
The Millcreek house is sited adjacent to the historic Millcreek stream, which flows from the Wasatch Range and the base of Mount Olympus to the Salt Lake Valley.
The design concept is a light filled...
This LEED Gold certified house is located at Fontana Lake in Western North Carolina, quite near the water. Our clients sought this lake front location to enjoy lake activities, so being close to the...
Located on a small island off the coast of Maine, this project began as a renovation. Initially, our clients hoped that an existing building on their property could be rehabilitated: a structure that...
This house is an ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) timber hybrid home. The challenges involved with the home were the fact the lot had a 50' drop for front to back, the house is attached to the rock and...