Two apartments on Upper Fifth Avenue were combined into one and redesigned in the spirit of European Modernism.
apartment on fifth
This new house in the Escalante Wilderness of Southern Utah was designed for sustainability, fire resistance, and water conservation.
salt gulch ranch
This duplex penthouse with a wrap-around terrace on Fifth Avenue was redesigned as a showpiece of refined contemporary design and restructured to open views to Central Park and to the sky.
duplex ph on carnegie hill
This apartment in a neo-Gothic building on Madison Avenue was restructured in a bold and glam style befitting fashion designer Michelle Smith.
mad ave apartment
Significant historic elements were preserved, lush, planted gardens were added to all exterior spaces, and the overall performance of the building was dramatically improved in this 1899 townhouse, remodeled in the Arts and Crafts style in 1937.
arts and crafts townhouse
Original Pre-War character was restored to this double apartment on East 85th Street and given a modern refresh.
A previously unaltered apartment from 1910 was reconfigured to suit modern standards while original details of the period were preserved and enhanced.
This compound of shingle-style buildings on the East End of Long Island is a laboratory of experimentation in architecture, interiors, furniture, and landscape design.
compound on quiogue
A new family compound was sustainably woven into the site of a pristine wooded 68-acre estate in Upstate NY.
estate in wingdale
This Tribeca loft apartment was reconfigured to accommodate a growing family comfortably and stylishly.
loft on hudson street
This new house in Bentonville Arkansas, designed in the traditional English Arts and Crafts style, was built to last and to have a positive impact on its environment.
house in arkansas