Saltbox House / Gardner Architects

Saltbox House / Gardner Architects

This renovation and addition to a 1920’s era brick Cape Cod involved the addition of a second floor, and a thorough-going renovation to the first floor. A landscape and hardscape plan rounded out the remaking of this home.

Little Round Bay House by Dynerman Architects

Little Round Bay House / Dynerman Architects

Designed for an active pair of empty nesters, who still work full-time, this small home overlooks Little Round Bay, an idyllic deep-water cove 6 ½ miles up the Severn River from Annapolis, Maryland, and the Naval Academy.

Bethesda House in Maryland, Gardner Architects

Bethesda House in Maryland / Gardner Architects

This house, built in the 1960s, faces south on a wooded lot in Bethesda, Maryland. The Bethesda house had limited and lifeless connections to its site, and a dearth of habitable spaces that adjoined the landscape.

Tap House in Baltimore by GriD Architects 3

Tap House in Baltimore by GriD Architects

Nestled between Frederick Law Olmstead’s Patterson Park and Baltimore’s historic waterfront, Tap House emerges as a typical, unassuming, sixteen foot wide corner rowhouse common to the urban fabric.

Restoring a Glass Pleasure Dome into a Glorious New Attraction

“Glass Pleasure Dome” is a renovation project completed by Barnes Vanze Architects in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Description by Barnes Vanze Architects: We had already worked with our clients for 15 years, slowly upgrading and renovating their property in Bethesda’s Somerset neighborhood. But the final task was to repair the most glaring problem: A tired-looking pool inside a leaky,

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