We’ve finally produced and uploaded photos of the Scandinavian Modern Interior project that we mentioned in 2020.
Have a look at the detail on this one.
In brief, this stately French Provincial-inspired estate melds traditional + modern design influences fitting for the neighborhood and client tastes.
We’ll be keeping up with progress on the project page, so be sure to check back for updates!
We are excited about Lake Michigan Cottage currently in preliminary design. This is one of a series of residential wooded + lakeside retreats from southern Indiana to western Michigan that we have underway in design or construction. This particular bridge-like concept touches the sloping site very lightly and capitalizes on the best views to Lake Michigan. We are really enjoying the rigor/design exploration comparing how nature, program, and personality sculpts each project in a unique way. We’ll be providing project stories in the near future, so please check back for updates!
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.
New flood zone prototype design for a series of #modern #homes coming to a location near you. This series of 7 new homes is planned for a prime location in Marion County. Stay tuned for design and construction updates to come.
Architectural Stair progress at Copperwood. #ash #thermallymodified #stairlights #modern #architecture
To the left we were able to utilize the same thermally-modified Ash that was used for exterior cladding of bedroom and garage. Then for the treads and risers, we used 2x structural pine to compliment the Ash and blend with the pine beams in the adjacent living space. Handrail and guardrail above is black painted steel, and the translucent wall to the right is acrylic screwed to painted Poplar-wrapped studs (provides safety and diffused light). Stair lights are evenly-spaced LED discs, connected to whole house lighting and smart-home system controlled via client’s smart devices.
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.
We are really excited that the New Modern Home Ditch Road is finally underway. This Mid-Century Modern (MCM) inspired design is on a large plot affording ample privacy in this understated design.
New Modern Home Treesdale is scheduled for completion in late Fall 2015 just in-time for our client’s new arrival (baby girl)! Please check back for more updates as this modern home nears completion.
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?
Design for new brownstone inspired development is coming along in mixed-use area of Indianapolis. Client is currently living in a suburban gated community and is interested in pursuing a different lifestyle-living arrangement in the future (walkable community).
Downtown Multi Use Design Proposal inspired by surroundings.
New Modern Lakehouse serves as weekend retreat for Chicagoans.
New Modern Lakehouse 2 located on Lake Wawasee sets the bar higher – hey, I just want to jet ski!
HAUS enjoyed participating in the design and execution of the Alexander Boutique at The Alexander Hotel located in downtown Indianapolis. The hotel and boutique gets design inspiration from Scottish engineer, Alexander Ralston‘s layout for Indianapolis in 1821. A motif of the one-mile square with radiating 45-degree streets is utilized in the boutique concepts and details. Thanks to Buckingham Companies and Justine Sharp for the collaboration.
Private observation deck connects dwelling + studio.
2012 IDADA Turf Submission celebrates the City of Indianapolis through the eyes of the resident creative class.