The influence of construction on design and design on constructon is the fundamental premise that shapes our process and defines our design approach.
Built upon the steel frame of a previous home and a love of mid-century modern art and architecture, the Chiles Residence provides both open perches and quiet retreats on its wooded hill site. Using rusted steel panels and white painted steep […]
Our client came to us asking for a “Modern Gothic” house. His interest in privacy, tall vertical spaces, and a fascination with stairs drove the design for the four-story house. Narrow vertical windows add to the building’s verticality while allowing […]
The Crabill Residence presented an opportunity and a challenge. The clients were interested in at progressive, energy efficient, thoroughly contemporary home that supported their live/work lifestyle and fit their modest budget. So, with the goal of making innovative modern design […]
Our clients wanted a new house but not a new neighborhood. On one of their daily walks they found a 40-year-old structure for sale. The house, beyond repair, occupied a promising lot with a southeast exposure to a small lake. […]
Driven by technologically advanced systems, sensitive building placement and site orientation, the house tracks the sun as it stretches away from its own shadow. Private spaces fill narrow bars, extending into the landscape and away from a double height, public […]
Cited by the AIA Small Practitioners Projects jury as “a remarkable piece of shelter and a handsome form in the landscape, ” this project was designed and built for the North Carolina Museum of Art, as an integral component of the Museum […]