Come find us tonight at the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s 50th anniversary exhibit: 50 designs for Chicago’s 50 wards!
Our city’s connection to Lake Michigan helps us value and protect it; seeing the River as public space will keep it cleaner and healthier for Chicago’s future.
Plumbing is a wonderful luxury we can sincerely appreciate every time we turn on a tap. Here’s how it works in three simple concepts.
Our latest project ready to go is new construction project. This Pilsen mixed-use building will fill a vacant lot, increasing neighborhood density!
The native plants in front of Moss HQ attract butterflies (and curious neighborhood children). Here’s why we love growing them!
It is Farmers Market season again! We’ve updated our Chicago Farmers Market maps for each day so that you can find the markets nearest you at a glance any day of the week. Don’t limit yourself to just one market – you could travel to a different corner of Chicago for a different market every single day…
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.