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.
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 2100 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.