We deconstructed one house and built another using many of the old structure’s materials. The result is so much better than the sum of its parts.
A new farmhouse to befit the proprietors of a vineyard they established in Virginia’s verdant countryside.
We were asked to design a shingle-style house to accommodate multiple generations on this family’s idyllic lakeside property in New Hampshire.
Our Francophile clients came armed with pictures of cottages from Normandy to the Dordogne; we replied with a rustic-chic country house in the middle of DC.
This is a house built for frequent weekend entertaining in Virginia's hunt country, yet it retains a rustic simplicity.
The Potomac River is ever present through the glass expanses on this mixed-media sculpture of a house.
A new lakeside cottage designed in the classic American shingle style, where every room has a connection to the outdoors.
When your client has great taste, it doesn't take much to point her in the right direction.
There’s as much outdoor living as indoor space at this new home in Windsor, a luxury planned community in Vero Beach.
Mid-century designs and earth-tone colors are right at home in this modern perch over the Potomac River.
When interior design is a matter of editing out rather than adding in.
Is there such a thing as a “younger person’s” Colonial home? This design leaves no doubt that there is.
A couple downsizes to a city dwelling inspired by their many trips to France—and a beloved Dordogne chateau in particular.
Designing a home when your clients are a builder and interior designer brings about this dazzling result.
A Richmond upbringing filled with gracious homes and antiques informs this couple’s Georgian-style home in DC’s Phillips Park.
A stately home designed in the Northern European vernacular suits a young family that entertains on every scale.
This Washington home is a nod to the small, elegant country houses that populate Paris’ outer environs.
They purchased the land long ago; more than 20 years and several children later, they finally built their dream home there.
A European businessman has commissioned a live-work compound on South America’s Caribbean coast.
A Mediterranean oasis is taking shape on a tight, inner-city lot in Washington’s Phillips Park.
A wooded parkside setting provided inspiration for the California Arts & Crafts style of this Washington home, which also honors the husband's Chinese heritage.
A new estate on the Chesapeake Bay channels colonial-era architecture and style.
Barnes Vanze was commissioned to design a traditional, Georgian-style stone manse to accommodate a large extended family in the Wasatch foothills.