Live-work buildings have been around for centuries. We explore the rich history and advantages of these building types.
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 Accessory Dwelling Units are experiencing a renaissance. These dwelling types can help increase housing stock and density.
A rolling planter is a flexible way to have greenery in a space with limited windows.
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.
Our solar panels are up and running at Logan Certified. Today, we dive into our installation, design, functionality and how all those rebates work.
The floating islands in the Chicago River are home to native species galore, and we’ve captured the action on video. Read on for more about what we’re doing to conserve the Chicago River.
A recent trip to San Francisco had us delving into the unique Victorian and Edwardian architecture of many of the homes there.
Today we delve into the drama of sliding barn doors, and the subtle-space saving magic of pocket doors.
Navigate a shower remodel with a handy arsenal of product terms.
Thought overhead doors were just for garages? Think again! This versatile door can boost sunlight, increase contact with nature and provide the perfect entrance to a home studio or business. They come in a variety of colors and finishes and are here to stay on the moss circuit.
A trip to Rio Hondo, Guatemala yields some musings on adaptive architecture.