Live-work buildings have been around for centuries. We explore the rich history and advantages of these building types.
We transformed a historic two-flat into a single family with a modern home addition while maintaining some historical architectural details.
Facade restoration paired with structural and systems upgrades can help transform outdated storefronts into more visually appealing spaces.
We transformed a bland, concrete box into a nature inspired contemporary coffee bar.
We’re designing a suburban net zero home. A high-performance, modern net zero home begins with a thorough site analysis and good architecture design that emphasizes form and function.
Chicago architect job: We’re looking for a mid-level Project Architect | Designer with 5 – 8 years experience to join our studio.
Our urban bungalow renovation increases living space with a master suite and family room addition, and a new, and opens up cramped rooms into inviting social spaces.
We’re transforming a Hyde Park abandoned office building into a modern optometry office with apartments above and a communal roof deck.
For our latest project, we transformed an existing office building into a live-work housing development with the owner’s family gym business situated beneath the owner’s apartment.
Chicago Accessory Dwelling Units are experiencing a renaissance. These dwelling types can help increase housing stock and density.
This single family home renovation and addition in Andersonville is designed to create open gathering spaces that merge with the outdoors, while adding a private master suite perched above the tree canopy.
Chicago’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund helps support the design and renovation of a dog training and boarding facility on the West Side.
From bank vaults to dwelling units, Upstairs at Margie’s is our latest adaptive reuse, mixed use project in Bucktown.