The Potomac River is ever present through the glass expanses on this mixed-media sculpture of a house.
Designing a home when your clients are a builder and interior designer brings about this dazzling result.
We took the pool out of its tired, damaged enclosure—and reworked the glass structure into a glorious new attraction.
A culinary couple calls for a modern addition that offers space, better views—and a fabulous kitchen.
A diplomat and his wife add a modern glass orangerie to their classic Washington Tudor.
Their beach house was nicer than their in-town residence, so the owners decided to do something about it.
A modern kitchen and family room settles seamlessly into an ’80s-era Tudor spec house.
This modern family had no need for a 19th-century layout that closed off the kitchen wing for servants. We changed all that.
A homely split-level gets a serious facelift, while the owner puts his carpentry skills to work.
The typical façade of a Capitol Hill row house gives way to a Mondrian-like glass grid that reveals the entire house in the rear.
You’d never know this thoroughly modern apartment rests on a Georgetown plot first developed in 1896.