Architects

  • Look at how Wright is able to soften and add curves to the boxy angles of this room. With this longer view including the white-washed columns of the grand entry, it reveals the windows, window…   See the Image

  • The Emmonds House won the 2008 Richard E. Driehaus Foundation award for preservation. All of the textiles, furnishings and color are restored its original design, as seen here in the olive and…   See the Image

  • The house sits on a lot over 13,500 square feet, premium space in the historic section of La Grange. According to Chicago cultural historian Tim Samuelson, Wright's early work pulled and meshed forms…   See the Image

  • It's the dark, woody furnishing and contrasting olive walls that bring this dining room into a recognizable Wright catalog. Ample light and jutting lines on this first floor formal parlor. Notice the…   See the Image

  • Sleek and Unique Modern on Atlanta Market, Front

    Here at FrontDoor we don’t discriminate when it comes to design and architecture. While some of us dream of owning a grand antebellum with large white columns, others are mad for sleek minimalist…   Read the Article

  • While poking around Airbnb, one of our favorite peer-to-peer rental services, and watching the Caio Italy! episode of House Hunters International, a Why Not Question began shuffling around.…   Read the Blog

  • It is a bit of dazzling architectural theater. The terracotta and Roman brick William H. Winslow House, built in 1893 after the headstrong Frank Lloyd Wright decided to split with Louis Sullivan…   Read the Article

  • Atlanta's Land Plus Associates, Award-Winning Garden

    For over twenty years, Kenneth Lemm, ASLA and Alec Michaelides, ASLA have been at the helm of one of the Southeast’s most highly-regarded land planning and landscape architecture firms.   See the Gallery

  • Stunning Entry Gallery of Wright's Winslow House. "In the end, he is asking us not just to live and like his houses the way an artist might want you to like his paintings. He's asking you…   See the Image