The building types of Chicago form the city around us. Today, how the row home’s history and use influenced and populated Chicago’s streets.
A few of our favorite activities include drinking espresso, then prosecco, and talking about puffins. So we created a puffin t-shirt to help protect puffins and to support the efforts of the Audubon Puffin Project.
Once housing horses, carriages, and their respective staff, coach houses are now often used as apartments. Still seen all around Chicago, here’s why they’re important.
Our sustainable chicken coop design provides a modern, tiny home for Chicago backyard chickens.
This is our first year participating in Open House Chicago with Logan Certified, our first adaptive reuse development project in Logan Square.
What does winterizing your home mean? Does it really help? A quick primer on what it means to winterize your home and why it is so effective.
2017 was a big year for moss. We developed our first property, installed solar panels, and built our first party table.
The Dill Pickle is officially open! See our design strategy and what’s new.
The Great Chicago Fire changed our building code and helped brick gain its local popularity.
Wetlands, prairies, rain gardens and green roofs can help reduce flooding in big and small ways.
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