Centuries-old craftsmanship - Authentic Materials from the earth - Modern innovation - Thoughtful human-centered design
Can serve and shelter families generation after generation - Gain beauty and grace with age--the world's oldest buildings are all masonry, many over 1000 years old - Invite love and cultivation - Are good for you, your community, and the earth
Humans are meant to live in community, and this pocket neighborhood sets the stage. Four structural masonry and two traditionally framed homes surround a shared open courtyard, while a more private, intimate gathering space is nestled in the rear. With a fire pit, pergola and tables, dedicated parking and storage units, The Bend balances privacy and community with grace.
Located in The Bend, this 1700 sq ft, 3 bed and a loft, 2.5 bath cottage is playful yet sophisticated. The traditional elements paired with modern touches create a unique yet recognizable house. A good example of how buildings can have infinite variations and character while also conforming to the archetypes that we recognize, find comfort in, and love.
This 2000 sq/ft structural masonry home with foot-thick walls is sculpted from over 60,000 brick. From a spiral staircase, loft space, bunkroom, super efficient wood burning stove, cable lighting and timber framed porches, this home is full of old-world charm and modern touches. And with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a large kitchen and full dining, it comes with everything you need for hosting and entertaining.