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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 of high-efficiency, locally-sourced SIPS panels […]
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 planned as a temporary installation, […]
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 star of the show is […]
There are a lot of reasons to put my hometown of Pittsburgh on your radar, not the least of which is the small neighborhood of Braddock. When the American steel industry collapsed in the 80s, most of ‘The Burgh’ was quick to rebrand as a modern hub for higher education, the arts, and cutting edge […]
Coming right along, and the owners hope to be in around the new year. The contractor is doing a great job, and the project is one to be proud of. The interior finishes are really setting up nicely, and I can’t wait for the family to move in and make it home.
Progress photos from the developing entry sequence work at one of my favorite projects in Scottsdale. It is turning out incredibly well, and Stephen and his crew at FLO Design + Construction is doing amazing work on both the planing installation as well as the constructed elements.
http://blog.2modern.com/2013/08/finally-landmark-status-for-stahl-house.html The most astonishing architectural news this week wasn’t that Pierre Koenig’s Stahl Housewas amongst 10 Case Study Houses awarded landmark status by the National Register of Historic Places, but that this masterwork wasn’t already on the list. Was it really possible that Case Study House #22, immortalized in Julius Schulman’s 1960 photographs, was awaiting protection from the wrecking ball until […]
Every time I run into my friend Julie, she gives me the gift of inspiration. Follow this link to an incredible article about future biz with the engine “creative”. It is a fantastic read. http://www.fastcodesign.com/1665120/designers-are-the-new-drivers-of-american-entrepreneurialism