June 2022 – Atomic Ranch Magazine Features MCM220. Check-out the article “Out of the Woods”, by Michelle Mastro (see print edition).
Check out the project on our website right here.
Back40House photos are now uploaded to the project site.
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.
For instance, feel free to check-out our Instagram page for interesting storylines/details.
We are so happy how Grandview is turning-out (nestled in the trees).
The pre-existing tree canopy and lakeside location is such an idyllic setting.
So much work goes into dreaming and creating a work of architecture. Working with our clients to come-up with the design concept, then the key details may only get you 25% there.
You have to have really great communication between Owner, Architect, and Construction Team from beginning-to-end to get you to the finish-line. We are almost to a-hundred!
Also, interior finish selections are in-process and coming together nicely.
Soon to follow on exterior are exterior cladding, front porch structure, carriage house, lanai, upper bridge, outside grill station, and in-ground pool!
Regional Modern Farmhouse design + pricing is underway and just about ready to spring forward into construction.
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 happy to report that framers have completed most rough-framing at Bridge House.
February weather was “brutal”. Now that windows are installed and with even colder weather coming, it’s time to focus on inside work. Indeed, the upcoming week’s forecast says highs in the low-teens. Let the craft rough-ins commence!
See the latest project progress photos in the project page here!
Concurrently, we had been planning a late winter trip to gather missing key shots. Equally important, we want to finish our own story about the project. Happily, we were able to get the missing information and share with the editors.
This was our second official collaboration with this most talented client – and we hope not the last!
Please check-back in late March, as we’ll plan to highlight the story at release! Indianapolis Monthly April 2019 – Home of the Month “Healing Waters”.