Remodeling Green

Posted by on May 5, 2009 in Blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

“BRINGING SUSTAINABLE, STYLISH LIVING TO A 19TH-CENTURY CLASSIC, JEFF KING & CO.’S SAN FRANCISCO REMODEL IS INFUSED WITH DAYLIGHT, ENERGY IMPROVEMENTS, AND LOW-MAINTENANCE UPGRADES.” Our client, Jeff King & Company, was featured in Ecohome Mag. Here’s the full article.

Highway House

Posted by on Mar 26, 2009 in Blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

As a prototype for future Big Dig architecture, the structural system for this 3,400sf house is comprised of steel and concrete from Boston’s Big Dig, utilizing over 600,000 lbs of salvaged materials. Although similar to a pre-fab system, subtle spatial arrangements were designed from highway components. Highway components. An off-ramp to be specific. Most importantly, […]

YTL Residence in Kuala Lumpur

Posted by on Mar 9, 2009 in Blog, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

The building includes nine bedrooms, two family rooms, a family kitchen and a private dining area, a family library, a game room, a study, a public reception area, a formal dining room, a ballroom, chapel, 21 bathrooms, a swimming pool, two guest suites plus indoor private and guest parking. Is this for reals? Check out […]

Dune House

Posted by on Jan 15, 2009 in Blog, Uncategorized | One Comment

This beautiful house is located in Portugal. The Lisbon-based Pereira Miguel Arquitectos not only built the house but built the dunes around them. Just amazing. more from thecoolhunter.net

Kiltro House

Posted by on Dec 9, 2008 in Blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

This house just kicks ass.

Kick Ass New Bike Graphics

Posted by on Aug 8, 2008 in Blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

New bike graphic process offered by Geek House Bikes called sublimated powder coat. It basically allows any digital graphic to be fused into a powdercoat.

Green Homes are Red Hot – Newsweek

Posted by on Mar 13, 2008 in Blog, Uncategorized | One Comment

Home buyers said they’d be willing to spend an additional $8,964 on a home if it could cut their utility bills. Click here for an article in Newsweek that explains the boom in Green Architecture.