Beautiful architectural design for your next project
Since opening the studio back in 2005, George Catone and Reset Studios have been involved in the various stages of design, documentation, and construction administration of over 587,000 square feet of residential and commercial construction, totaling more than $158,500,000 of construction cost completed and in progress. We are passionate about the idea thoughtful architectural development, and look forward to bringing that inspiration to your project. The focus of the practice is on providing high-quality architectural design and documentation services delivered across commercial, residential, and public projects.
George Catone has a successful background balancing award-winning design and effective construction detailing, as well as an arts-based tradition that allows him to be actively involved in an unusual range of design activities and relationships. Since 2005, Reset Studios has been serving excellent clients with a wide variety of scalable design options.
Project Management tools
Reset Studios uses a unique web-based project management system available to all project participants that helps keep your project on time and on budget. Awesome, right? (Don't tell the bigger firms - they'll be jealous).Read More
At Reset Studios, Architectural thinking matters. We have a proven track record of solving problems by going wide, entertaining all ideas, involving the appropriate stakeholders in the process, and, most importantly - thinking critically, efficiently, and effectively.Read More
Reset Studios is a progressive architectural practice. We don’t reject what’s been done in the past, but we’re much more interested in looking for new solutions and design strategies than simply replicating old and tired stylistic solutions.Read More
Material Sensibility: Jewel Box Villa
The architects maximized the use of the long and narrow lot by splitting the building’s main volume into different levels with an outer shell structure topped with a hipped roof. Its shell takes up most of the heat-gain during the hottest hours of the day, while the transparent western facade […]
Progress Photos: Magowitz Residence
Here are the great photos of the interior work at the Magowitz residence.
$2300 Tokyo Pallet Office – Hiroki Tominaga Atelier
Office renovations no longer have to cost thousands of dollars. Japan’s Hiroki Tominaga Atelier was approached by a video production company to design a temporary office space at the base of a nondescript building in Tokyo. The client rents the space for an exorbitant fee, so the brief called for a flexible […]
Long Residence – Dewey, Arizona
This small retirement home was designed with systems, materials and processes to allow the owners to self-perform almost all of the work. Perhaps the most environmentally sensitive project RESET has completed to date, the project exceeds the current federal energy mandates by 212%. It achieves this the by the use […]
We are honored to be helping with the design of the Goodyear’s Veteran’s Memorial Building and Park in Goodyear, Arizona. The 15,000 SF facility will house a large internal gathering space, a supporting kitchen and bar, and support spaces administration functions, all centered around providing central services for Veterans. The […]
Cargotecture SFG style
A posting for my new client/friend – you know who you are! The installation in Mission Bay has been compared to a similar “cargotecture” design, “Proxy”, located in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. Proxy is another mobile open space intervention featuring shipping containers, programmable public space, and local food. Originally […]
Peixoto Coffee: Your new favorite shop
Reset Studios is incredibly excited to be a part of the team that brought the new Peixoto Coffee location in Chandler, Arizona to life that was recently reviewed by New Times. The space is fantastic. Jeff, Julia, and the entire staff at Peixoto Coffee are all delightful. However the real […]
Sketch to Structure
A current exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh offers a peek behind the curtain of the design process. Do you think the building above comes in bookshelf form? Because I’d really like that bookshelf.