Greenville, Mich.’s The Ridgecrest was designed to suit steep lakefront lots as well as walk-out neighborhood lots. The columned front porch and shake siding create a cohesive neighborhood design and set the tone for the interior of the home. The living room features tall windows and a pair of custom […]

  When the leadership at Rockwood Retirement decided it was time to re-position their community—a 1960s “glass box” high-rise building with undersized apartments, sparse amenities, and poor energy performance—to meet market demands, it was important to not only continue their commitment to improving the residents’ well-being, but to deepen it. […]

Are you a subdivider or a community builder? This is the key question Tom Kopf, Director of Community Design for Matrix Design Group based in Denver, Colo., finds himself asking every day. “Community is about the connections made between people, and those connections are enhanced through the spirit of place,” […]

The design concept was to make our Pinckney, Mich. Home of the Week feel like a real-life dollhouse, which was done by up-scaling the elements and creating whimsical curves and forms. This home is sited in an existing lake community on a very tight infill lot, where the waterfront is […]

Project Team Architect: RMS Architecture, Clemson, South Carolina Builder: The Berry Group, Six Mile, South Carolina Landscape Architect: Earth Design, Pickens, South Carolina It is a rare occasion to remodel a childhood home, and a delicate one at that. Two sisters were planning to retire and return to live in […]