This soring two-story space is an artist and tinkerers dream. Clerestory windows on all four sides bring in loads of light to create the feeling of a cathedral. Slab concrete…
The structure of this picture window echoes the shape of a child’s drawing of a house. Clearing the furniture (literally) and shooting the space symmetrically further abstracts and flattens the…
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The product development cycle includes feedback from customers, conceptualization and ideation, then working with engineers to make concepts real.
Truss roof framing, skylights, upgrading electrical outlets, breaking up and removing concrete, jointers, and built-ins over outlets.
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An expanse of glass makes the most of a narrow lot.
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