• Another angle of that glorious sun room and lounge in the Emil Bach House. Now owned by Col. Pritzker's Tawani Enterprises the compact Wright is in the hands of a "dedicated…   See the Image

  • Window seat benches. We never tire of these built-ins and this delightful garden plus pillows is a knockout. Smart, that oval table on coasters and the plush, low, electric blue coffee table (or…   See the Image

  • These used to be called "receiving rooms" back in the day. The home has three bedrooms and a sun room on the second floor. This was brick maker Emil Bach's prized home and personal…   See the Image

  • Exterior: Emil Bach House in Rogers Park. Harboe Architects, an experienced and lauded firm with a project portfolio including many of Chicago's iconic buildings, were recruited for the exterior and…   See the Image

  • Emil Bach House dining room & lounge area. The summery white against a knotty wood background is an unusual and unexpected decor ensemble for a Wright home. A sharp contrast from the more muted…   See the Image

  • Another angle of the fabulous white-on-knotted-wood lounge area. Here you can see the light fixtures and a touch of wicker for texture. Harboe Architects performed the restoration with the clear…   See the Image

  • Fontainebleau: Morris Lapidus-Inspired Bow Ties

    Bow tie-shaped brownies are sold at Solo, the resort's coffee and pastry shop.   See the Image

  • Atlanta Architects

    Published 04/25/14 in Places

    Choosing the right home architect is more serious than joining Think of the architect as your matchmaker, the person who can translate all your wants, needs and desires to the one thing…   Read the Article

  • If you're going for an Atlanta remodel or a full-on build from the ground up, there are lots of home design professionals available to you. Who you hire ultimately depends on the style of your…   Read the Article

  • Hottest Architects: Koning Eizenberg, 28th Street Apartments

    When it comes to buildings and their interiors, calling something “best” or “favorite” can be completely subjective. It is often simply a matter of taste. But when referring to architecture that is…   Read the Blog