Having worked prolifically with more traditional typologies, from Cape Dutch to Georgian to French, Writer’s Studio—600 square feet of exquisite, undiluted design in forested Connecticut—marks a return to striking modern form for New York City architect Eric J. Smith.
Architect Vincent Van Duysen adds another honest intervention to his repertoire of understated designs with his tour to de force transformation of a 19th century convent into an urban hotel.
Los Angeles-based Architect Doug Burdge channeled classic Cape Cod design for a striking Beach House for sale in…
In this mostly minimalist moment, the audaciously pigmented space is a bold proposition, indeed. Here, some of the architecture and design studios creating built environments that color outside the lines.
Coherence, as a word, does not elicit an animated response, nor should it particularly. It is a fixed and broad-shouldered term, reliant as a new day. Used in an architectural context, like when describing the work of Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando
Renovating a historic house is a matter of passion and dedication and the team behind Australian firm B.E Architecture—led by Broderick Ely, Jonathon Boucher, and Andrew Piva—know it.
If not hyperaware of the elephant in the room—Frank Lloyd Wright and his architectural opus Fallingwater—the design team at internationally recognized architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson was aware nonetheless.
South Bay Digs was granted an exclusive interview with Kappe in 2015, who shared his thoughts on everything from environmentally friendly design to the unique challenges Southern California’s urban landscape poses to architects today.
Andrew Kotchen and Matthew Berman, co-founders of Manhattan-based practice Workshop for Architecture, Planning and Design (Workshop APD), who since the debut of their firm, have practiced a clear wholistic approach.
JFAK Architects Bring Manicured San Marino Out From Under Its Mediterranean Influence With a Sharp-edged Modern Form In…
Carmel-by-the-Sea—120 miles south of San Francisco—charms residents and visitors with small streets lined with restaurants and art galleries, as well as its beautiful beach.