We’ve made the itinerary for your mid-century summer road trip so you don’t have to. By Annette Maxon Summer travel looks a little different this year. That’s why we’ve made […]
Mel Smilow may be a name you’ve never heard, however, when it comes to midcentury modern designers, Mel Smilow is a name you should know for many reasons. His incredibly successful career and thick portfolio should have led to more recognition in the MCM space, and yet, he is often overlooked.
Today, A-frames still conjure associations with vacation homes and picturesque ski chalets perched atop remote mountain landscapes. But what about a modern A-frame for the 21st century?
No more boring, traditional displays of art taking all the creativity out of the process. Here are a few ways you can create your perfect home environment with modern art.
Designers were no longer choosing between old conventional construction versus attempting to be environmentally conscious. The choice became levels of distinction. How green should the building be? LEED buildings were celebrated, and rigor was being applied to the levels of LEED.
The Pacific Northwest is a very unique area, and the architecture is no different. From Portland to Seattle, there are several unique homes all throughout the region. Here’s a look at a few of the most unique styles found throughout the Pacific Northwest.