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.
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,
Oddly enough, I can actually picture this kitchen screaming, “I’m too young to die!” No, the thought doesn’t keep me up at night, but Robyn tells me I’ve been sort of weepy-eyed lately. We architects tend to think long term.
As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, I can’t stop thinking about a couple of my favorite clients and their home on Marco Island. Category 5 is a hefty breeze. Be safe Jeff and Marsha! Undoubtedly, we’ll soon hear stories
Two wrongs may not make a right, but often the unrefined makes the refined. Take this kitchen, for example. The floor and eating bar are exposed concrete while bolted steel carries heavy timbers and crowns the cabinets. The countertop backsplash is a
Here’s a sneak peak of a modern kitchen I am hoping to revive in Minneapolis. The home is a fifties rambler. While the existing, white kitchen has not quite flatlined, it’s close, and I intend to defibrillate it. Here’s how (stand back): Open
Does the Batcave have a kitchen? If you are reading this, Bruce, call me. I designed a badass custom range hood. For you, I’ll even paint it black. Of course, I didn’t design it with the Batman in mind (well not consciously,
The owners of this loft desired a contemporary, yet warm and welcoming, subtle Asian aesthetic. To this end I employed a series of yin yang contrasts: dark vs. light materials, textured vs. smooth, horizontal vs. vertical elements. The couple spends the winter in warmer
I stumbled across this video on the web today of a penthouse loft I designed back in 2012. It’s an interview with New Zealand’s Trends Magazine that I had missed when it published. See the photos. See more of my work at