Linder house is a 3,700 square foot single-family residence located in a well-established East Dallas neighborhood. Informed by the owner’s fondness for reclaimed materials, and inspired by the vernacular architecture of the historic Texas Blackland Prairie homestead
The apartment hosts a family of four, eager to inhabit into a contemporary and minimal space. The living area is characterized by the presence of a bespoke double-sided furniture in wood and Cor-ten, partly equipped TV wall, in part storage space serving the dining area. A sliding glass window separates the apartment from the level terrace.
This four-season family cabin is a response to the cultural heritage landscape of Go Home Bay, an enclave of Ontario’s Georgian Bay archipelago. An area immortalized by the Group of Seven with rocky outcroppings populated by white pines shaped by the west winds, the structure respects the landscape by disappearing within it.
The MidTown Triplex is an example of urban intensification in an established Toronto neighborhood, providing both a spacious two-storey residence as well as two high quality rental suites that add to the diversity of the Toronto housing market.
Dwelling is a long house on Atlantic coast for the families of three siblings. The site has a rich history; it was once home to the Narragansett people, which is evidenced by archeological findings indicating the Narragansetts settled on the site.
Perched on a picturesque knoll in Larkspur, Colorado, is the primary residence on the Perry Park property. The owners and design team gave attention to every detail and it shows. The home includes flat roofs, exposed steel beams, concrete form walls, and extensive views from its top of the line windows.