Our Featured Projects.
Custom Home • North Arlington, Virginia
Our design of this 6000 sf custom home in Arlington balances the need for intimate spaces with more open areas for everyday living. Our design also takes advantage of what the site and environment has to offer: in the image, a two-story entrance foyer introduces natural light into the heart of the house.
Custom Home • Vienna, Virginia
This 5,200 sf custom home balances the elegant simplicity of contemporary design with traditional craftsman features common to the area. Occupying a corner lot with high visibility and close proximity to downtown Vienna, it was a primary goal to not only make the best use of space for all of the owners' needs but also to design a house with curb appeal that fit into the overall values of an up-and-coming neighborhood.
Custom Home • South Arlington, Virginia
With a deep slope on its approach and significant drop towards the rear of the property, the site of this 5,300 custom house did make it difficult to address all the wishes and needs of the client on one level. However, through a careful analysis of site grading along with the position and shape of the house, the new design both accommodates the accessibility for future family while providing both private and more open common space in the rear (with a view!) for most daily activities.
Through a creative process of 3D modeling we looked at various options for the house's massing and proportions. In the end, we arrived at a design that appealed to the owners on each side of the house, that includes a mix of materials, elegant detailing consistent throughout, and well proportioned windows openings that work well both on the exterior and the interior.
Custom Home • Outside Annapolis, Maryland
Working with the builder for this 3500 sf water-front house, our goal was to maximize the value of the existing 1500 sf property by expanding the existing footprint towards the road, the only direction possible due to site constraints and setbacks. Within, we worked to maximize the open views of the water while creating open flowing spaces around the living areas towards the rear.
Custom Home • New Seabury, Massachusetts
This house welcomes visitors with "open arms," or two wings that create a private and intimate entrance. The division of space in the house is partially in response to site conditions, but also creatively serves the owner's needs to simultaneously separate and connect various functions of the spaces within.
Additions and Remodels.
Home Addition and Remodel
North Arlington, Virginia
This addition and remodel (1,800 sf combined) includes an updated and enlarged sunroom, kitchen, and second floor master bedroom suite. Windows, detailing, and fixtures all reflect a hybrid of contemporary and traditional influences consistent within the existing house. A larger naturally lit second floor master bedroom space with new windows, exterior balcony/deck and contemporary bathroom all help to enhance the comfort and enjoyment for the owner for years to come.
Home Addition and Remodel
South Arlington, Virginia
This 2,700 sf rear addition and interior remodel includes updates to the front, including a new porch and exterior siding. All existing interior spaces were fully renovated as well to provide a consistent look throughout. Large new windows and an open plan allowed for much larger spaces for daily family activities. The addition on the second floor includes a new master bedroom suite complete with vaulted ceilings while the remaining bedrooms were enlarged and reconfigured within the existing house.
Rear Home Addition and Remodel Alexandria, Virginia
This 800 sf addition and interior remodel includes both improvements to existing spaces but also an updated and larger kitchen, family room, and master suite above. The addition's exterior is proportioned and detailed to compliment and enhance the existing house and blends seamlessly between the two.
Saint Louis Park, Minnesota
The contemporary appearance of this addition is a direct reflection of the spatial improvements and cost effective technology used for its construction. The introduction of Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs) allowed the building shell to go up in 5 days through off-site precision cutting and tilt and lift construction on site.