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Yoga for the Home

Ever walk into a space and have an instant negative reaction? You may feel cramped or uncomfortable, stifled or overexposed. You may end up...

The Skyline Residence

Perched atop a ridgeline in the Hollywood Hills, the Skyline residence is a testament to environmentally sensitive building sans the sacrifice of beauty or...

Let The Sunshine In…Or Not.

Tired of neighbors calling you Ugly Naked Guy? Ever feel like breaking out your circa 1990 Hammer pants and busting a move in private? With...

Lighting Design: Art & Technology

Like an artist who paints on a flat canvas, a lighting design artisan can apply any color from a palette of millions and control...

“Television is chewing gum for the eyes.” -Frank Lloyd Wright

The television is a staple in most American homes; many homes feature TVs in multiple locations. Unfortunately, a large, black rectangle taking up an...

Idyllic Infill: Max & Lucy Move In

For more than 40 years, 116 W McDowell Road sat empty, a single-family lot filled with dirt and trash. Today, the space is home...

From Notorious to Infamous to Glamorous

  Like any fine monument or trendy celebrity, The Clarendon Hotel in central Phoenix has found numerous ways to reinvent itself throughout the decades. From...

Design Cents and Sensibility

Ask anyone if good design is good for emotional health and the answer will likely be a resounding yes. Ask anyone if good emotional...

No More Naked Walls

Gone are the days of your grandmother's wallpaper–the kind with the slight yellow fading, a musty smell, and a pattern so tacky you still...

Design with an Eye for Detail

Upon entrance into the employee lounge of most large companies, one might see white walls, institutional seating, Formica  tabletops, and fluorescent lights. Upon entrance into...

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