Boston mayor Martin Walsh has withdrawn his city’s bid for the 2024 Olympics. Here’s why we think that was a smart choice.
In today’s post, we’ll explain why the balconies of the Marina City towers, featured last week, are so great (Hint: its not just because they are half round in shape) and some of the other features of a great tall building balcony.
We love the indoor outdoor living options afforded by Moss HQ. Here’s how to maximize your access to the outside this summer at home and elsewhere.
Last week, Marina City, won preliminary landmark status. Eye candy snaps and historical snippets celebrate this great building of Chicago.
With the first real heat of 2015 upon us (its about time, July), here’s a refresher course in keeping your cool with minimal energy.
Each design project is unique, but the process of design generally follows a well defined path. Here’s how we approach the process of design, from Program, and Field Measuring, through Schematic Design, Design Development, and Construction Documentation and on to Permits and Construction Administration. This series of posts will explore our approach to the design process and give you an idea of how we might handle a…
A tour through the moss::: design process: with Construction Documents we specify every important element of the building to be completed. Here’s how!
A tour through the moss::: design process: Design Development takes the project from concepts to details – a building begins to emerge.
To begin moss:::’s tour through the design process: Schematic Design is step one in figuring out what a new building will be.
Moss teams up with the Naru Project to envision the North Branch Canal as a kayak park, complete with floating habitat, and new public spaces.
We’re ready for construction on our latest project, a Photography Studio in Uptown created from a disused Auto Shop! Here’s our intro to the project.
Last night’s storm flooded the Chicago water treatment system. Result: sewage overflow into Lake Michigan. Here’s how we can stop it!
Hoorah! It is time, again, for the Bike Commuter Challenge, starting tomorrow. Are you ready? Are you riding?