In this post, we’ll hear from everyone on the moss team about why adaptive reuse is paramount to their architectural philosophy, and we’ll include case studies to illustrate our words.
This Chicago cottage needed a design update. We opened up the floor plan, relocating the family room to the rear of the house to take advantage of sunlight. We added a new master suite and private balcony, and clad the whole addition in charred wood siding. Radiant floor heating and a general refresh took the basement into livable territory.
The Dill Pickle is officially open! See our design strategy and what’s new.
Our major objective for our clients was to find a creative way to link their new unit, around half a level up, to their existing space, while improving the flow of everyday life for everyone. La Cantina Doors helped expand their new flex room, while also matching the modern aesthetic of the existing window wall.
The Great Chicago Fire changed our building code and helped brick gain its local popularity.
Our latest from the furniture division: this modern dining table has a touch of industrial glamour due to its metallic brass base with a handsome patina.
How we keep the moss studio green throughout the work day.
Wetlands, prairies, rain gardens and green roofs can help reduce flooding in big and small ways.
Our solar panels are up and running at Logan Certified. Today, we dive into our installation, design, functionality and how all those rebates work.
The floating islands in the Chicago River are home to native species galore, and we’ve captured the action on video. Read on for more about what we’re doing to conserve the Chicago River.
Design lessons from local cinema: The Logan Theatre
A recent trip to San Francisco had us delving into the unique Victorian and Edwardian architecture of many of the homes there.