New Modern Home – Chicago in Indian Head Park Village is breaking ground this week. We are looking forward to seeing progress on this guy in the next 9 months. Thanks to our client and Joe Trojanowski for a good collaboration.
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).
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.
C’mon now, everybody can use some Custom Bunk Beds
This design negotiation between daughters and father ended in a successful compromise for all. Daughters requested all pink with windows and shutters. Father proposed, “…how about something simpler and neutral including some nooks to display stuffed animals and the like? We can always add pink pillows and accessories. Then if you decide you want to change-up the color, it can be done with ease.”
Thanks to summer intern Alex Webber for building this bad-boy.
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.
From IMM – “At this downtown penthouse, Chris Short of HAUS Architecture and Nikki Sutton of Level Interior Architecture + Design put their modern mark on every inch—even the ceiling—to create a contemporary space rivaling the beauty of the condo’s sweeping views. Take a photo tour of the home’s most striking features. Photography by Ryan Kurtz.”