Located in Cincinnati, this current project will turn an early 20th century Spanish Revival detached carriage house/garage into an entertainment kitchen. The inspiration for this centered around the parrilla (origin: Argentina); a cooking grill whose grilling surface is raised or lowered over an open fire. Much of the design took cues from Argentinian and Latin architecture, culture and art. The …
View @ Second Floor Open Office Space This Cincinnati Fire Department engine company building was originally constructed in the 1880’s. The conversion completed this year included restoring the original brick facades, adding an exterior courtyard, and converting the second floor to a private office. Thanks to DBGC General Contractor, Stephen Smith Associates Landscape Architect, and our wonderful client!
This kitchen is part of a larger residential interior remodeling project located in Northern Kentucky and features a polished stainless steel range hood and custom wall niches to display the owner’s collectibles. Credit and thanks to Joe Stewart Builders LLC, Siematic Boston, and VoltageFurniture!
This firehouse engine company building in Cincinnati was constructed in the 1880’s. The current conversion will include gutting the interior space, restoring the original brick facades and window openings, and adding a large skylight in a new open office space. This design view depicts the proposed second floor open office space.
Recently completed, this project combined two existing spaces: a hall bath and a dressing room in an historic 1847 mansion located in Northern Kentucky. The existing space was “gutted” to brick walls and floor joists, and completely refitted.
Water Font Designed by KepesArchitecture this is part of a set of furniture recently installed at the Mercy Clermont Hospital Chapel in Batavia, OH. Other pieces include an altar table, cross, candlesticks and ambo (lectern). Materials include clear finished mahogany, black lacquered wood, black painted steel, blue glass insets and the custom ceramic water vessel shown here. Thanks to Bench …
This house is a modern take on the South Carolina shore vernacular. Completed in 2010 on Sullivan’s Island near Charleston, South Carolina. Recipient 2011 AIA C.O.R.A. Honor Award Additional Images Rear Yard | Screen Porch Exterior | Rear Steps | Pool Deck Gallery | Living Room | Dining Room | Master Bedroom | Studio Ceiling Detail | Front Porch
Completed in 2008, this renovation in Cincinnati, OH created a 3-bedroom residence with separate guest suite in what had originally been a 1904 carriage house. Additional Images Exterior View | Kitchen From Living Area | Kitchen From Hall | Studio | Foyer
This house features the use of building materials and forms typical of the region near Cashiers, North Carolina. Construction was completed in 2008. Recipient: 2009 AIA C.O.R.A. Award Additional Images View From Creek | Driveway Approach | View Toward Porch | Screen Porch / Morning Fog | Screen Porch Interior | Dormer Detail | Entry Hall Bath | Living Room …
Located @ Mercy Hospital Clermont near Batavia, Ohio this furniture was installed in the interdenominational hospital chapel in February of 2011. The pieces include an altar, cross, candelsticks, water font and ambo (lectern). Fabrication by Bench Made Woodworking in Cincinnati. Additional Images Altar | Ambo | Candlestick | Water Font | Water Font Detail |Rear of Cross
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