Renovating a mid-century modern home amid the pandemic
Undertaking a major renovation of a mid-century modern home to create a couples forever home can be a difficult task in the best of times. Layer on the global pandemic and you have an almost impossible task. From having to order everything online because showrooms were closed, to major delays getting products and materials, a longer construction timeline was inevitable. We all adapted and made adjustments to the workflow to bring this house to life. We incorporated into the design many of their must-haves to suit their current and future needs all while maintaining the building’s simple lines. Read more about the process and see more images of the house in this article in the Washington Post Real Estate Section.
Modern Kitchen Update – This Maryland Pair’s Dreamy Renovation
Read about our approach to kitchen design and aging in place strategies we utilized on this mid-century modern kitchen update. It’s the perfect space to age in place and host the client’s four adult children and grandkids. We utilized a U-Shaped center island with wide aisles all around that allow for comfortable circulation. This is for ease of use, but also allows for universal access if mobility of the owners becomes more limited over time. Check out the full article over at AD Clever.
Mid-century Modern – ArchitectureDC Magazine Spring ’22 Edition
Our Mid-century Redux project was recently featured in the ArchitectureDC Spring Edition.
Net-Zero Rowhouse on Capitol Hill
This Net-Zero Rowhouse that is currently under construction was featured on NBC 4 by Erika Gonzalez.
Our Sola Apartment Building renovation of a Victorian Row House in Dupont Circle was recently featured in the Washingtonian Magazine in the article “Scandinavian Sensibility in DuPont Circle”. It’s a great profile of an amazing roof deck!