This Prairie-Style home is a successful addition and alteration of an existing single-story concrete block structure. The second floor balcony is sheltered and serves to capture light and air, benefiting the homes interior environment. This home is in Longport.
This comprehensive reconstruction project incorporates only about ten percent of it's original fabric. This home is an innovative solution, featuring steel structural components yielding an open floor plan. A vertical light well unifies the home, while a third floor study gains remarkable views to the north east. This project reveals excellent craftsmanship in construction.
This Ventnor beach block home was developed to gain maximum exposure to the ocean view. The elimination of the corner post in the second floor deck promotes this idea, while interior spaces are large and inviting. This project was on of our first to feature a structural tie-down system used in conjunction with interior shear walls, to make unnecessary the use of laminated windows.
This Federal-Style home has been the focus of at least three improvement projects over the last 15 years. The third floor sleeping rooms were added and the existing garage was remodeled to create a dramatic, multi-use structure that serves the summer residence.
This comprehensive alteration and addition project has yielded a three-bedroom home with a gracious clerestoried living area. The second floor platform cantilevers over the stairwell, itself an integral part of the daylighting method that this home enjoys.
This Stone Harbor bayfront home is space-efficient and features four bedrooms. Its signature feature is a cedar lattice-clad first floor facade that is sheathed in green FRP panels. This area, lit at night, glows green as an invitation. This project was developed with an innovative floor plan, the stairwell is positioned to force views of the inland waterway to the north.
This waterfront project in Margate comprised second floor additions and a new third floor to house sleeping rooms. The stairwell was expanded to force views of the bay and is utilized to conduct light and air through the house.
This Ocean City Garden's project was unique in that it combined an Owner who was eager to explore innovative design solutions and a very skilled contractor. The home was dramatically improved to increase daylighting, provide an open floor plan and provide for a very contemporary and gracious kitchen design. This home is understated, yet ranks as one of our favorite projects.
This historic renovation project brought-back an adulterated Victorian home to closely approach its original design from the turn-of-the-century. The ground floor apartment was refitted, structural components restored and exterior stairs and rails specified.
This water-front home in Mayslanding was designed for an art and antiques dealer. Oriented for unobstructed views to the river, dramatic daylighting and the availability of space to display art objects, this home represents an innovative solution that combines both new and existing construction.
This home was designed in response to it's site. It features openings and glazing that orients toward the Great Egg Harbor Bay. The project is built of natural materials and situated in one of the most dramatic sites we have seen.
This home is a replacement for an existing turn-of-the-century beach house in Longport. By utilizing the existing footprint, we were able to integrate a much more seviceable first floor, maintaining excellent zonation ocean views from virtually every room in the house.
This residential project was compromised in execution from the original concept that we developed and it was approved by the Margate Planning Board with accolades. The concept featured multi-level living space and liberal glazing into clerestory interior spaces. Preliminary, site plan, project.
This residence has undergone 2 major additions, alterations and the construction of a detached garage with an office above. New second floor bedrooms feature raised ceilings, transoms over the doors that link to a central plenum that allows for very effective natural ventilation.
The garage study uses internal sheer walls to cantilever a deck with no posts to support below. This project reveals extraordinary craftsmanship in every detail.
This home is a remarkable constructional achievement on an incredible site. Located on an island in the Mullica River, this project benefits from a partially cantilevered floor plan, openings two sides of the home to views both up and down the river. Clad in natural cedar, this home is truly an extraordinary accomplishment for its young owners.