The “Sixty-one” is 95% wooden, a wooden modular family house. Its bearing structure is from glued wood and has exact joints made according to a Swiss patent.
The Loewinger house has a main living space/kitchen with huge windows in both sides and a high tilted ceiling, ranging from 13 feet at the front to 20 feet in the back, facing the huge tree and the mountain.
Perched above Lake Michigan and surrounded by the Indiana Dunes, House on Beach captures the essence of a modern lake home. Early discussion with the clients, both architecture enthusiasts, focused on highly functional spaces, natural materials that would age well …
In addition to the Scandinavian traditions, the Swedish summer house draws inspiration from Japan, in an interpretation where simplicity, wood and the relationship with the surrounding nature are at the heart of the architecture.
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.
An active family with a love of boating wanted a home on Chesapeake Bay, surrounded by the maritime charm of Annapolis harbor. These traditional materials, layered with modern insulation, glazing, and building systems create a high-performance structure, contributing to the LEED Certification of the Acton Cove house.