Geometric shapes and warm materials combine to create a contemporary composition in a wooded North Shore setting.
The Sunset Lane Residence is a traditional French Chateau employing Valders Limestone, Vermont Slate roofing, and stucco.
The Greenview Residence has a minimalist design with a traditional sloping roof to pay respect to the existing Chicago residential context.
This Nantucket-style home is clad with a stone base, painted cedar shingles and painted trim.
Contemporary renovation and addition to the historic prairie-style Clark Street Substation by architect Von Holst and Frye. The goals of the project were to preserve the historic front facade as much as possible, bring light into the structure through light wells and atriums, and design the additions so that the essential form and integrity of the historic building would be unimpaired. The renovation uses a number of green technologies and strategies, including geothermal heating, solar domestic hot water systems, green roofing, hydronic radiant floor heating, sustainably harvested building materials, and others
This new construction Tudor Residence showcases authentic Tudor details inside and out. Materials include granite, limestone, slate, copper, and walnut.
This contemporary home on a ravine celebrates the Owner’s fondness for curves in plan and elevation. Modernist vocabulary and materials of metal and glass are enhanced by the natural materials of limestone and stained cedar.
The Greenview Avenue Residence features a French design with a limestone facade, oval stair hall, and indoor sport court.
Modern and classic Prairie architectural elements come together in a home on Chicago’s North Shore.
New French Residence with high-quality materials, featuring the interior design of Stephanie Wohlner.
Contemporary and classic architectural elements come together in a new home on one of Chicago’s most prestigious residential streets. The design bridges traditional and contemporary styles through the use of a simple classical vocabulary combined with clean geometric lines. The facade features a Silverdale Limestone facade with updated classical cornices and a sophisticated classic interior.
A French inspired residence situated on two lakes and home to protagonist Lucious Lyon from Fox's hit show Empire. The 20,000-square-foot home of "Empire" fame is located on eight-plus acres in Barrington, Illinois.
A complete rehab of a two-floor residence in an exclusive lakefront 30 story apartment building, in association with Florida Interior Designer Cindy Ray and de Guilio Design.
Inspired by the Mediterranean homes of California, this new single-family residence features a traditional limestone and stucco facade with a fantastic stained cornice with brackets. The traditional interior includes reclaimed wood beams, hand-scraped walnut floors, and oversized limestone fireplaces.
New French Residence featuring a traditional limestone portico, with dramatic interior ceiling features and fantastic kitchen by NuHaus.
Renovation of and addition to a large Tudor residence and coach house on Lake Michigan. Originally constructed in 1870, the collection of additions was gutted and transformed into a dramatic traditional residence with state of the art mechanical systems. Added Living Room, Kitchen, Indoor Pool and Exercise wing, Garages. All other spaces remodeled.
The Lake Avenue Residence is a Nantucket-style home clad in Wisconsin stone.
This transitional Tudor-inspired home features clean white stucco and grey stone exterior. An unusual feature is the bowling alley in the lower level.