Located in Chicago's iconic Drake Tower, this 2-bedroom pied-à-terre received a comprehensive renovation.
The new kitchen in this 1909 home was inspired by the owners' gutsy attitude and love of midcentury furniture.
We designed a collection of 9 abstract rugs in wool and silk for Rug Star's first North American collaboration.
A couple radically transforms their small home, to accommodate their growing family.
An urban garden + adjacent writer's studio replace an underused back yard.
A 60's ranch receives a radical remodel of kitchen, living + dining spacs for family-friendly living.
This Jackson Hole remodel results in a warm + luxurious mountain modern home.
A poky upstairs layout becomes a spacious master suite, complete with a luxurious Japanese soaking tub.
A meditation hall is the first building of a new campus for Portland's Dharma Rain Zen Buddhist community.
An underused attic becomes a spacious writer's office in this historic Irvington home.
The renovation of this 1940s cottage kitchen took its cue from the colors of 1940s dishware.
An existing Wyoming guest house gains luxurious living + sleeping quarters for the ultimate in hospitality.
A thorough interior + exterior renovation updates this early midcentury home.
We designed this ski-in, ski-out home in Teton Village, Wyoming, for a family with 4 children.
An awkwardly laid out kitchen + dining space is reconfigured for a family of four in Irvington.
A favorite café in Europe inspired this blue + yellow kitchen + breakfast room.
A Concordia couple opts for a radical renovation on a tight budget: upcycling their old home into something new.
After a major house fire, the kitchen + master bathroom came back better than before.
Crisp lines and a bright palette rejuvenate a hardworking kitchen + breakfast room.
A new kitchen works hard for a homeschooling family with 3 children.
In the kitchen of a Victorian home, tradition and modernity meet in the middle.