We’re about to start construction on the Carmen Avenue house. Our remodel and addition will give this Andersonville home a new lease on life.
We love using recycled, reclaimed, and sustainably produced wood products. Today lets talk about why responsible wood sourcing is so important to moss.
Nearly every building ends up in the landfill eventually. Designers need to challenge ourselves not just to reuse materials but make sure they are reusable.
An important part of our ethos at moss is to avoid design that is disposable.
Not everyone sees the need to preserve industrial buildings but, to us, demolition at the Finkl Steel site is a tragic loss of a piece of Chicago’s history.
We don’t want to belabor the often-depressing facts on climate change any more than necessary … but it does seem necessary to acknowledge the most recent report from the International Panel on Climate Change. Whether or not you’ve read anything about their findings you should be able to pass this pop quiz. Look, we know no…
The “three R’s” we learned about in school still pertain today. How do our municipal programs to “divert” waste from landfills work toward zero waste
Four Tips for a Green Bathroom Remodel: Choose Water Saving Fixtures, Maximize Daylight, Incorporate Recycled and Upcycled Materials and Keep Toxins Out!
Since we just introduced the Sawyer House on Thursday and it’s design features a lovely and sustainable kitchen update, today seemed like a good day for a run down of some of our favorite green kitchen remodel concepts. The list below includes some of the main things we consider before starting a new kitchen update…