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…
We love using recycled, reclaimed, and sustainably produced wood products. Today lets talk about why responsible wood sourcing is so important to moss.
Nearly all of our clients are taking on their first design and construction project. Today moss share’s our process and explains how to work with an architect.
Your backsplashes, bathrooms or blank walls can all be improved by some well chosen tile. Advice on the right material for the right spot!
Last week, Marina City, won preliminary landmark status. Eye candy snaps and historical snippets celebrate this great building of Chicago.
A tour through the moss::: design process: with Construction Documents we specify every important element of the building to be completed. Here’s how!
A tour through the moss::: design process: Design Development takes the project from concepts to details – a building begins to emerge.
In the collage above are just a SMALL SAMPLE of our favorite uses of reclaimed wood in moss projects (from top left): Bowling Alley Bench, Begyle Tasting Room, Brew, Bar Pastoral, 2 Sparrows, and Erie Street Loft. Keep reading to see why and how we seek to use reclaimed wood products as often as possible. It is a truth pretty universally acknowledged…
Our first finished project from our two Indiana reclaimed bowling lane is a bench/console, perfect for sitting, reading, and displaying a TV, record player, or anything you don’t want on the floor.
moss started construction on Bar Pastoral today, the latest addition to the Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine family, an intimate 45-seat cheese and wine bar flanking their original Lakeview retail location.
Our work at 2 Sparrows Restaurant is featured in the 2012 Winter issue of CS Interiors Magazine. Article inside.
Check out the Inhabitat article here. Original project post here.