The Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia has a long history of quirky independence, re-settled by artists and creative professionals in the last two decades.
This hilltop contemporary farmhouse showcases the transitional blending of modern and traditional elements. With multiple outdoor living spaces, the home was designed to take advantage of 270 degrees of sweeping views of Lake Travis and the surrounding hill country.
The basis of the Hewn House design starts with a cabin’s simple form and materiality: a gable roof, a wood-clad body, a prominent fireplace that acts as the hearth, and integrated indoor-outdoor spaces.
This project converted a detached garage in the back yard of a single family residence into a light-filled accessory dwelling unit (ADU). An efficient and open floor plan, vaulted ceiling, abundant windows and skylights
The midpoint of the Lake Michigan house is anchored by a sculptural glass-enclosed spiral stair, which creates a dynamic visual connection with the exterior, continuously reorienting the occupants’ position between the house and its landscape.
The buildings at SK Ranch sit on a broad, curving mesa in the Texas Hill Country. Taking full advantage of the site’s strengths for solar orientation, prevailing breezes, topography and distant vistas