Check-out these initial shots and please check back later as the we refine and add to the story. We have a lot more to share about this project, which we’ll be doing regularly over the next several months.
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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!
Mid Mod Entry Wall frames entry and private moss garden in one move. This Midcentury beauty has been completely enhanced inside and out. Have a look at the project story here, and please visit later this year for planned fall 2017 photography!
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!
This Midcentury closet detail is one of many refined retro-modern features at Midcentury Modern Renovation 2 in Williams Creek area. Spring has sprung and Owner has moved-into the project even while mostly exterior work continues forward. Happy Earth Day!
Midcentury Entry at New Modern House Ditch Road is nearing completion. Thermally-treated wood strikes again, in this case, thermally-treated Poplar makes an appearance. Check out the project page here.
Thermal modifying wood is a technology that improves the resilience of wood products used in exterior conditions and can be used on most wood species. Our client at #Copperwood inquired about the technology and if we could use it at their home – which we did. On that project, we used thermally-modified Ash. Client for this project was so impressed by the beauty and resilience after visiting Copperwood, they requested something like it here – in this case, thermally-modifed Poplar was used, provided by a local source who learned about the technology from HAUS/Copperwood.
Check out progress on this Midcentury Gut Job at 81st/Springmill area. We are really excited about this one – it is pretty much a total redo both inside and out! Check out the latest updates on the project page.