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…
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…
Today we bring you photos of of a photography studio. We’re excited to show off the final shots of the Jordano photo studio in Uptown, Chicago.
Today we discuss how good design and a little thinking outside the box can improve on the standard modern bathroom.
Plumbing is a wonderful luxury we can sincerely appreciate every time we turn on a tap. Here’s how it works in three simple concepts.
This style is neither well known, nor wide spread, but you’ll know it when you see it! Today: Googie architecture.
You can now turn off your lights, dial up the heat, and make sure your house is locked … all at the touch of a button. What makes a modern smart home?
The Begyle taproom has been open for months; today we bring you photographic proof. Head out to Ravenswood soon and have a drink while you look around.
When you spot one of the quaint Carnegie libraries that linger around America’s towns and cities, do you see them as a vision of great future library design? If not, you should.
Our latest completed project, Uptown Family Vision, is open for business. Come preview the reception, retail, and medical office space with us!
We made a trip out to Park Ridge yesterday to check in on the construction progress at Uptown Family Vision. Today, we share some photos.
Here are some of moss’s favorite flooring choices from past projects. Today, concrete. Thursday, wood.