The renovation and modern Corten addition to a circa 1905 former butcher shop in Ukrainian Village is complete! The existing two-story masonry building was an outlier on the street of mostly single and multi-family buildings. Clearly a former shopkeeper building with a retail space on the ground floor and a residential apartment situated above; this…
Flip through our tub terminology guide to get familiar with different kinds of bathtubs before your next bathroom renovation.
From nixing visual clutter to increasing openness even in small spaces, our post goes over our favorite ways to jazz up a bathroom to make it feel more hotel-like.
Today’s local material: Brisch Bricks, made from Chicago clay.
Take a look at how we use hand drawing in our design process to communicate and innovate better.
A revisit of our Erie Street Loft and the fireplace that warmed up its industrial loft feel.
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…
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!
Concrete completely surrounds and supports modern life. Today, we salute it and share a bit of history in architecture.
Our latest completed project, Uptown Family Vision, is open for business. Come preview the reception, retail, and medical office space with us!
The new canopy for the Park Lincoln apartments is a major face lift for this Reside property. The Park Lincoln on Clark Street already had some great interior features but its entry needed some work; since it was completely overshadowed by its neighboring USPS location, it didn’t do much to showcase the Reside brand. Now there’s a…
This building material has pretty much been around since there were building materials. Today we talk brick.