Category: brickwork

08 Aug 2017
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Sneak Peek

Here is a sneak peek of New Modern House Ditch located on Ditch Road north of 96th (a couple lots north of the big radio tower).  Owners have lived in the home since late 2016 and are settling-in.  Landscaping and furnishings are taking root and we look forward to sharing more in the coming months!

21 Jul 2017
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Treesdale Carmel Modern

Our excellent clients at Treesdale Circle in Carmel are settling-in to their new modern home this summer having been in the home now for a little over a year.  We look forward to showcasing more of this home including future phases down the road, as this project was designed with the long-view in-mind for this young, growing family!

03 May 2017
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Construction Progress

We have a lot of projects underway with construction progress to report.  This project, New Modern House 3 located in Chicago, is coming along slowly but surely.  Original cement board siding has been substituted with brick masonry which is currently in-progress.  The original color palette remains intact and the dark colored brick was a nice choice.  Please check back for new updates as we try to keep up with all the new project news!

 

25 Apr 2017
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Colonial Modern

New Colonial Modern home to break ground this summer 2017 in Towne Oak Estates, Carmel just north of Coxhill Gardens.  We have made efforts to stay within the spirit of the neighborhood covenants while offering our clients a touch of modern sophistication reflecting their personal tastes.  Front elevation is highlighted by a modern entry featuring wood-clad Puja/home office.  We will have the project page up-and-running soon, so please check back for updates – and a Vastu to you!

02 Apr 2017
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Modern Entry

The modern entry at Treesdale is looking good this spring.  Landscaping and some other new enhancements are in-process.  The work often isn’t always 100% complete at move-in.  Sometimes getting moved-in is just the first milestone;  then from there, the finishing-touches continue.  Frequently, future phases are planned from the very beginning to anticipate evolving lifestyles and budgets.  We like to think of the design/construction process as more analogous to a marathon than sprint, so physical and emotional endurance is a valuable quality (for both the vendors and the clients).  The rewards of tailored living await you at the finish line!