We just received these fantastic process construction photos of the barn conversion we designed in Noyers-sur-Serein in the Burgundy region of France. We wanted to keep the exterior as much as possible as-is, to maintain the medieval town’s streetscape and provide a surprising light filled and finished contrast upon entering.  Included […]


We have recently completed this full house remodel, attic conversion and stair with bathroom addition. The projects design phase began with an initial in person meeting at our studio and was completed long distance while the client prepared to move from the Midwest to Portland. We worked closely with them […]

With an increasing public awareness that the PacNW is due for large seismic events (earthquakes), we thought we would share this post for a residential seismic upgrade. Upon recently moving into an older home in west hills a client of our become very nervous about the height of the house on […]

Demolition begins on a new full interior remodel and stair bath addition to an 850sf home in NE Portland. We are working closely with the clients as they plan to do much of the interiors work themselves as well as act as general contractor for foundation construction and structural upgrades. […]

Construction recently completed  on a residential remodel in Alberta Neighborhood. The project consisted of converting a large raw attic space in a craftsman bungalow into a new master bedroom with full bath. The work included; structural upgrades to foundations, floors, walls, roof, new second floor access stair, large operable skylight, full […]


Just completed renovation of a Mid-Century House. Our client wanted to remove the low ceilings and open up the kitchen walls to the living – dining spaces. We worked with our structural engineer re-structure the roof and sections of the walls, moving the rafter ties (ceiling joists) up, we were able […]


We’ve just begun work on a new project for an adventurous couple – renovating a tug boat into a live-aboard home! The name of the tug, built in 1942, is the READY. We’ll be updating with images as we get further into the project.