Our adaptive reuse project in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village is complete. Photos and process details inside.
Every year, the members of Logan Square Preservation presents an award to the best historic preservation project for the year. We were presented with a crystal eagle Preservation Award for our 2017 work on Logan Certified, our adaptive reuse development project in Logan Square. Acting as developer, architect and general contractor, we transformed a 6,000 square foot,…
Logan Certified is finished. Photos and process details inside.
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.
Our mixed use retail and loft project in Logan Square is coming along. We’ve installed radiant floor heating, poured concrete, and have gotten the roof off and the walls starting on our second floor addition (rentable to residents this Spring).
Our Erie Loft project appeared in CS Interiors magazine.