Context is everything when it comes to designing a home. While a Victorian style home fits beautifully in San Francisco, a rustic log style home in the mountains of Montana, or an adobe style home in Arizona, none of them
Stainless steel? Check. Birdseye maple? Check. Curvy concrete? Check. The only thing missing from this kitchen is Goldfinger chuckling, “No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!” Conceptual images: During construction:
Character comes in many forms and from surprising sources. Industrial materials like concrete, raw steel and heavy timber provide rough, rustic and romantic charm in this California kitchen.
Before you know it, this will be a modern, new house in Calabasas, California. It’s a big job for these *little* machines: remove ten feet of poor soils from the entire building site to prevent the new house from sliding
Let’s face it, you hold a pen more often than you hold your spouse. For those of you still using cheap, disposable pens, I ask you, would you prefer a cheap, disposable spouse, too? …Sorry, I can’t see with all
Farmer Tim and the lil’ missus sitting on the ruins of ye ol’ farmhouse (there’s a rocking chair under there, somewhere!) Sitting at the breakfast table one morning, I pointed an emaciated finger at the bowl of gruel in front
What was the driving factor in the design of this mountain home? Context. I designed this modern, rustic mountain home at the Yellowstone Club in Montana with an aesthetic of rugged luxury specifically to integrate with the other mountain homes
This is the story of one man’s search for the perfect flute and the secret he discovered: Having been a guitar player all my life (but without the sex and drugs part. Damn it), I was pushing 40 years on
There’s nothing like waking up to a fresh, lively kitchen. We demolished the interior of an old rambler to give it a modern, new look. A wavy, serpentine orange wall tips and turns and winds its way throughout the home,
A house at its most romantic.