This locally sourced table is the foundation of our work here at Moss HQ in a very literal sense. A pair of X Task desks face each other, supporting the main workstations of our office. We can personally attest that they offer plenty of space for computers, files and even a full spread architectural drawings. (Note: like all the other furniture at…
Most people don’t have any idea how architects make ideas into buildings. Today; what we do to progress your design from concept to reality.
How we incorporate Daylight and Passive Solar principles into all our existing building remodels … and why!
Love your Planet; it is Earth Day! We talk about what architects can do to lessen the impact of buildings on neighborhoods, cities, and our planet.
The wood wall panel is a detail we created for the Uptown Family Vision and are now revisiting in a residential remodel project. Today: how and why!
Most people don’t have any idea how architects actually make ideas into buildings. Today; what we do during the early design phases.
We’re about to start construction on the Carmen Avenue house. Our remodel and addition will give this Andersonville home a new lease on life.
We love using recycled, reclaimed, and sustainably produced wood products. Today lets talk about why responsible wood sourcing is so important to moss.
The Curbside Cafe ordinance – permitting restaurants to annex parking spaces for outdoor seating – is Chicago’s newest option outdoor seating.
Today, a nod to the Architects’ Small House Service Bureau, a design booster group from 100 years ago offering a lot of advice we can all still use today!
One of Chicago’s most under-appreciated features may be our defining characteristic. Today: what we owe the alley.
It’s hard to see Chicago developers’ obsession with ground level parking when stacking buildings on top of parking only hurts neighborhoods.