Last week’s post featuring the recently completed Jordano Photography Studio also showed off a favorite exterior materials – Corten steel – in both its front facade and alley-side patio. We’ve used it before at the Crew Bar + Grill and also have it on the books for several up and coming designs. What is this intentionally weathering material…
Today we bring you photos of of a photography studio. We’re excited to show off the final shots of the Jordano photo studio in Uptown, Chicago.
Moss re-imagines the classic entertainment center as a centerpiece to store and display, favorite books, fine wine and home brewing equipment. Come see!
Working with custom cabinetry and built-in furnishings allows us to hide clutter, save space and make memorable buildings. Here’s why we love it:
Yesterday was both the summer solstice and the Strawberry moon! Those two events – plus the weekend of sunny, muggy days – has kicked off Summer in Chicago. If you missed it don’t panic, today will be almost as long and the moon nearly as full tonight … and its going to be hot for a…
Most people don’t have any idea how architects make ideas into buildings. Today; what we do to progress your design through the last project phases.
The latest news out of CT – 20 year old houses crumbling due to bad foundations – underlines the importance of using good building materials!
Today we discuss how good design and a little thinking outside the box can improve on the standard modern bathroom.
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!