5 Reputable Architects and Their Homes
Architect Mickey Conrad
Instead of finding a house to buy in Texas, Architect Mickey Conrad and his wife ended up with a lot to build a home on. It resulted to a two-story urban farmhouse. Its form fits into its historical contest that several people think that the structure, which was completed back in 2010, is a lot older.
Architect Charles Debbas
Architect Debbas’ modern house is located on a steep slope. It literally opens up to amazing, distant views. Feel free to show this home to your architect firm in Kuala Lumpur as an inspiration for your new home design project. You will surely love its operable windows.
Architect Thomas Roszak
Modern architects love designing glass houses. It’s quite hard to find clients who want glass houses, so sometimes, design professionals have no choice but to build one for themselves (he eventually sold it, though). Architect Rosnak’s glass house taps into Chicago’s modern architectural background. What makes this home unique is the use of color.
Architect Frederick Phillips
Architect Philips home is around 600 square feet, an area that is quite small for a single-family home in Chicago. It has a terrace and a carport, as well as a sleeping area and a living room at the second and third floors. Every floor is composed of 2 bays which is framed in steel beams and columns.
Architect Andrea Swan
Architect Swan built her family’s retreat as a basic A-frame. Together with her husband, they planned a Swiss chalet, but their budget didn’t allow it. For her, her house is a chapel, vessel and dog house that is very spiritual and uplifting.