This house on the corner was originally an eye-sore in its neighborhood, beautifully transformed by Lawlor Architects in the heart of Washington DC. The residence had suffered from years of neglect both inside and out. The client’s (a couple who were expecting their first child) goal was to transform their newly purchased pad into a […]
This contemporary home renovation project was designed by Robert Gurney Architect, located in NW Washington, DC. After time spent in their modern, light-filled Miami, Florida, the owners of this house found themselves yearning for the same quality of light in their primary residence. The existing DC residence had a traditional layout with compartmentalized spaces, heavy […]
A bi-level home of 3,000 square feet was the first home and career maker of designer Lauren Liess, located in Herndon, a town in Fairfax County, Virginia, in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The home was constructed in the 1970s and when Lauren set sights on this home, she couldn’t resist. She saw the potential that most […]
A fascinating pre-war row house was meticulously transformed by Thorsen Construction showcasing traditional interiors, located in Capital Hill, Washington D.C.
FORMA Design was commissioned to re-design this corner Penthouse apartment at The Metropole Condominium, in the bustling Logan Circle area of Washington, DC. Their task was to improve the functionality throughout, update the finishes, custom design extensive cabinetry in the Living areas, Kitchen and Study, open up the space to the abundant natural light of […]
This stunning Carriage House received a complete overhaul by Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects in Washington DC. The owners of this house envisioned a social kitchen and dining area suitable for large meals and gatherings in a setting that celebrates the utilitarian character of their Blagden Alley neighborhood. A wall of built-in cabinets organizes the second […]