Event at this world-famous 20th Century American residence dating from 1949 – an evening at Philip Johnson’s Glass House with architects Norman Foster and Robert A.M. Stern who both studied architecture at Yale.
This conceptual project that started out as a real one. A great client in California found our Seattle firm online, and hired Paul Michael Davis Architects to design him a new house to replace one that had burned down in one of the increasingly frequent wildfires here in the West.
From far away, the building, designed by Matt Fajkus Architecture, looks like a pavilion in the landscape as a structure to behold in and of itself, but from when close to the building it acts as deferential backdrop to function and a frame for views beyond.
Situated in the City of West Lake Hills, this pool house, swimming pool, spa, and terraced landscape use a unique sustainable design strategy employed by Murray Legge Architecture. Impervious cover and storm water run-off regulations within the city are very restrictive.
MSU Broad College of Business Pavilion by LMN Architects breaks ground. This project transforms the decades-old existing facility into a cohesive complex at the forefront of mod-ern business education.
The architects, Hundred Mile House’s primary goal with the Chino Canyon House project was to maintain the unique character of the original structure while upgrading and renovating the home to be more energy efficient, spacious and functional.
The renovation of the Sophia Gordon Creative & Performing Arts Center transforms a mid-century theater facility into vibrant theatrical teaching, performance, and support spaces were designed by Leers Weinzapfel Associates for a new generation of students.
Wholesome Cuts Butcher Shop in Williamsburg, designed by New York designer Sergio Mannino, isn’t a typical neighborhood butcher. Knowing that currently home-chefs expect to see every leg of the journey from farm to plate.
The Ranch Mine’s Canal House in Arizona was designed to create shade and privacy in a variety of settings. The courtyards act as living areas which are anchored by a rusted steel clad outdoor fireplace.
The PCCD building by designed architects BNIM is a highly interactive, porous facility: it connects employees to services that support wellbeing, to one another, and brings together the existing buildings. The program was derived from a visioning process that identified employees’ priorities and combined dining, training, exercise, and wellness services into a single building. The hall within the dining center is a transparent pavilion connected to dining terraces on the courtyard.
Situated in a fast-developing area of Rogers, this pediatric clinic establishes a strong landmark along South 52nd Street, the main commercial corridor in the area. The south façade forms an identity ‘billboard’, a cayenne form wraps the entire elevation at second level.
Camp Wood is a high quality outdoor education for youth throughout Kansas. It is located in an endangered ecosystem at Tallgrass Prairie. The graduate level Design+Make Studio at Kansas State University developed robust forms and spaces within this beautiful landscape.
Free tours of iconic Frank Lloyd Wright architecture at global headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, during the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. SC Johnson’s Administration Building is the only FLW–designed functional office space in the world.