Dezeen Magazine features HAUS project in February 2018 – “Haus overhauls midcentury modern home in Indiana woods”. Check out the link and story here! This project is an example of a passionate client pulling together an excellent and complete team of professionals to dream and execute a complete vision inside and out. Thanks to everyone!
We were happy to have had the opportunity to help our interior design colleagues and their client solve their design dilemmas with a solid design concept for a New Modern House in Meridian Hills at the SW corner of 75th & Central. It’s a great location and we wish them the best in the execution of the project.
Midcentury Move In is 95% complete – exterior hardscape, southside privacy fence, exterior painting, porch screens, and landscaping along with some interior odds-and-ends are all that remain. Substantial completion has been achieved (this means the project is available for its intended use). It’s an exciting time on West 81st Street!
Midcentury Modern Renovation Begins in Meridian Hills Neighborhood, Indianapolis. This 1960 original Midcentury Modern home, purchased by our clients in late summer 2015, will be a whole-home remodel, including an overhaul of just about everything inside and outside. Please check-out the project page here, as we will be posting key updates along the way!
Craftsman Expansion Underway #downbytheriver.
One-time exemption allows this major Craftsman addition in flood-plain designated area abutting the White River just west of Keystone near 75th Street. Amenities include new entry, kitchen, mudroom, home office, powder room, screened porch, wrap-around deck/grille area, covered balcony, new master suite, expanded childrens’ bedrooms, and revamped third floor/attic/recreation story.
This will be the place to be for 2016 summer river parties!
Construction Progress Photo of Craftsman Expansion (December 2015)
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The design proposal for North Meridian Historic District Party Space transforms the backside of this home to make inside-outside connections. The party space is the main driver for this home design, which includes an all new interior, a new rear patio and grill area, a new outdoor pavilion space, and a space for pull-in Airstream/bar. The design concept works to enhance the existing traditional Colonial Revival design elements with a slightly modern interpretation to the rear. This is done by opening the new kitchen space directly to the inside and outside entertainment areas.
Design concept for New Modern Farmhouse Zionsville is actually downsizing from clients’ previous quarters. Next step is to find the perfect lot. Hey, who’s that guy in the window?
Thanks to our client (Classic Butler-Tarkington Tudor) for participating in the 2014 AIA Architects Home Tour! This is going to be the best turn-out yet! The AIA holds this semi-annual home tour to offer the community at-large an opportunity to see a collection of creativity-driven design solutions, some may be in your neighborhood.