New construction 8 unit masonry condominium building in Chicago’s Taylor Street, Little Italy, University Village neighborhood across from Ariggo Square Park. The new construction uses elements from the surrounding 19th century facades incorporating limestone lintels, tall windows and varying depths of the masonry facade while also expressing more contemporary clean lines and verticality from the...
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Suburban Chicago Stylish build out of classic 1920’s era storefront for modern skin care boutique salon.
Chicago Bright, modern and fun taqueria in suburban Chicago.
Chicago Contemporary build out of former industrial loft space.
Chicago Contemporary design concept for single family home in Chicago area.
Palm Beach Complete gut rehab of two mid century Palm Beach ocean front condominium units into a modern winter family retreat. The contemporary kitchen forms the core of the new unit with large central honed granite island for family gathering and entertaining. A glass tile back splash reflects the generous southern sunlight and blue ocean...
Glen Ellyn, IL. This private residence is the result of intense collaboration with the owners resulting in a refined 21st century Cottage Style. The open floor plan and masonry fireplace wall evokes mid century modern elements while the room arrangement is very urban loft like, all contained in a Cottage Style envelope complimenting the tradition...
Elmhurst, IL. This new construction single family home in Elmhurst, Il. brings a refined Cote D’ Azure elegance in it’s simple massing and clean lines articulated by classical limestone coursing patterns to the tree city community. Blending French and Mediterranean stylistic cues with it’s modestly elegant Midwestern neighbors, this home makes a great addition to...
Noble Square Proposed retail mixed use building in the Noble Square neighborhood of Chicago. Located across from Ekhart Park with sweeping views of the city skyline, the proposed structure borrows it’s traditional shape from the 19th century structures dominating the neighborhood while introducing contemporary elements such as the east facing glass wall and inset balconies...