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15 Sep 2023
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G BLOC wins AIA Award

We are happy to announce that G BLOC Modern Live + Work has won a 2023 AIA Indiana Design Award!

Of 44 submissions, G BLOC was one of 9 to receive recognition at the event. The project received a Merit Award for Architecture (New Construction – Project Cost Less Than $5 Million).

Thanks to all project collaborators, and AIA Indiana + AIA Kentucky for organizing and hosting another outstanding event to support community-building!

15 Jun 2023
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Live-Work Expansion Approved

Live-work expansion has been approved at 545 S East Street in the Fletcher Place/Holy Rosary Neighborhood by City of Indianapolis across from the Eli Lilly and Company headquarters.

We applied for and received a variance to expand the existing upper levels living component so that it becomes the predominant use from a square footage perspective. City also approved the Regional Center application without resistance or remonstrance.

We are looking forward to completing the balance of the design for permitting and starting the construction phase. Please see the project page for more images and ongoing storyline. We’ll be adding updates as we do, so please check-back!

10 Nov 2022
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Modern Residential Project wins AIA Indiana 2022 Design Award

We are grateful to have received a design award for Back40House in Pendleton, Indiana at the AIA Indiana Design Awards 2022.

Paul and our clients participated in the ceremony, with the project receiving a Citation Award for Architecture (New Construction – Project Cost Less Than $5 Million).

Thanks to Brad and Nan Hayes for the opportunity to collaborate with them on the project’s architectural design, interior design, and construction management.

Thanks to AIA Indiana and award jurors for coordinating an excellent event!

07 Jan 2022
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G BLOC Exterior

We enjoyed the year getting settled-in at G BLOC.

Check out some of the new exterior photos and updates to the project story!

11 Nov 2021
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Bridging Environments

Bridging environments | the award-winning, low-profile retreat that lightly touches its landscape, paying tribute to both its homeowners’ affinity for nature and art.

Bridge House Featured IN Great Lakes by Design Magazine (Volume 5, Issue 5) Bridging environments | the award-winning, low-profile retreat that lightly touches its landscape, paying tribute to both its homeowners' affinity for nature and art - Fennville, Michigan - Lake Michigan

Check out Great Lakes by Design Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 5, featuring Bridge House.

Thanks again to our client and collaborators!

10 Feb 2021
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We’ve Moved to G BLOC!

We have moved our studio to G BLOC in Broad Ripple North Village right next to the Monon Trail!

It’s been a long COVID-influenced, socially-distanced 12 months, and we are very much looking forward to the future.  In fact, we are all back together in one space again!

Although we are still keeping socially distanced (for the most-part), it’s great to be able to communicate and collaborate with team members in-person again.

If you are in the area, please stop by G BLOC for a visit!

03 Aug 2019
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Jack is Happy about it

If anyone is Happy about ground-breaking at Back40House, Jack is! It’s always exciting to get a new project underway after a diligent design and planning process.

Jack didn’t even help with the design or permits, but he’s as excited as anyone (probably more) 🙂

01 Jun 2019
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Regional Modern Farmhouse Simmering

Regional Modern Farmhouse design + pricing is underway and just about ready to spring forward into construction.

This new modern house dubbed Back40House, will be located in Markleville, Indiana.  Our client’s family has owned the property since the 1800’s and we’ll be sharing that story.

So be sure to check back for updates to this project, designed by HAUS with construction management by WERK | Building Modern.  We have started a project page to share ongoing progress.

02 Mar 2019
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Bridge House Rough Framing Complete

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!