This renovation and rear addition to the architect’s own 1950 mid-century modern house, designed by Charles Goodman, included 2 phases. The existing Goodman structure was renovated 5 years ago, with new kitchen, bathroom, finishes, windows, mechanical, and electrical.
Hoachlander Davis Photography
Anice Hoachlander, Judy Davis and Allen Russ of Hoachlander Davis Photography are a team of DC architectural photographers dedicated to the art of photographing architecture, interior design and landscape architecture. They are proficient with all camera formats and make use of the many software applications and plug-ins available to digital photographers, for both digital capture and post-production enhancement.
This home is part of a co-housing community in rural Virginia and is located on a steeply sloping site with distant mountain views. This modern farmhouse retreat is a modern interpretation of the traditional white clapboard farmhouse and red barn that populate the neighboring countryside.
Lyon Park, in Arlington, Virginia is an “urban village” near Washington, DC. Most of the houses in this established neighborhood were constructed in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The houses vary in style, ranging from small single-story bungalows to larger wood and brick colonial revivalist houses.
Located in Glen Echo, Maryland, just outside of Washington, DC, this new house is sited on a sloping, wooded lot with distant views of the Potomac River. The Mohican Hills House is positioned to preserve a majority of mature trees and is oriented toward distant views of the Potomac River and a south facing slope.
Hawks Nest is a home and studio for a sculptor from Paris who was drawn to the site, an abandoned limestone quarry, with its sweeping views of the Potomac River. Located in Falling Waters, West Virginia, this amazing retreat was conceived and designed by Greg Wiedemann, AIA, and Barbara Sweeney, AIA, of Wiedemann Architects. Hawks […]
Water Street Flat is an apartment in Washington, US, modified and renovated by Richard Williams Architects. Project description: Location, location, location—yes; but all the potential amenities of ample space, unrivaled views, and natural light were blocked or denied by the original build-out of this 4,000 SF apartment overlooking the Georgetown Waterfront rendering it curiously indifferent […]