This house should be preserved - it's the work of a significant architect and an important part of what defines Marble Cliff as a unique community. We don't need any more generic new architecture in Columbus, we need to preserve what we have. ... See MoreSee Less
Photo Credit: Anne Evans of The Metropreneur Marble Cliff Village Council is considering a proposal for a 67-unit apartment building that would replace the Tudor-style mansion designed by renowned architect Frank Packard in 1907 and located at 2015 W. Fifth Ave. Proposed Concept The F2 Companies, El...
Happy to say that one of our really fun projects made the cover of Columbus Monthly Home + Garden! A new home for Angie and Eric Tabor in Italian Village. Special shout outs to Michelle Mixter who did an amazing job on interior design and Will Lehnert Outdoor Space Design who did a pretty stunning job on the landscape design. ... See MoreSee Less
Here's a glimpse of a new addition we're doing in the Short North. It's a family room with glass window walls and a fireplace. Thanks to Aaron Borchers for the progress pictures and Joshua Wood for the construction and future interiors. ... See MoreSee Less
The 2016 Short North Tour of Homes and Gardens is happening on Sunday. We are happy to have worked on 3 of the 9 homes that will be featured: 737 Kerr Street, 328 W Sixth Avenue and 1243 Neil Avenue. Our own Steve Hurtt will be house captain at 737 Kerr Street where we took a small duplex and turned it into one house, adding a master suite and garage. Here are a few BEFORE pictures so stop by and see what it looks like today and help support the Short North Civic Association! Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of. Day of tickets will be sold in front of PNC Bank at 763 Neil Ave. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit tour.shortnorthcivic.org. ... See MoreSee Less
“The building looks hip and urban, as if it had been plucked from the warehouse districts of New York or Chicago. Its prominent sawtooth roof and large windows blend with other industrial buildings on the same street. The massive wood ceiling and open staircase lend light and spaciousness to the whole design.”
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