A new home in a historic neighborhood, the house is of its time while remaining sympathetic to its context.
Steel frames and expansive glass open this home to views of the lake and mountains.
A functional addition allows a family to get more use from their streetcar neighborhood home.
Silver Place Studio is a renovation of a 1950 printing company building undertaken in partnership with our affiliated development company.
Old Briar is a home in rural west Tennessee that deals with both environmental and cultural sustainability.
An inexpensive farmhouse that is part of a long tradition of frugal agricultural construction.
The legacy of the New Deal is reinterpreted in this twenty-first century home.
The Ghost Houses re-establish the neighborhood's historic pattern to create contemporary urban housing.
A platform to view Cherokee Lake and the surrounding mountain ridges characterizing East Tennessee and a vehicle to interpret the site’s cultural, physical and temporal landscape
An installation at Eastern State Penitentiary National Historic Landmark, Point | Counterpoint; A Conversation with Haviland challenges the radial scheme of the prison through a system of screens, mirrors, and thresholds.
This addition maintains the rustic character of the home while providing both room for a growing family and covered outdoor space.