When we were asked to perform some interior improvements on this workingman’s bungalow in Madison’s Marquette neighborhood, what we found was a diamond in the rough.
A custom new home designed for the health and longevity of it's owners - and the planet.
Kitchenette, bar area, living room, exercise room, full bathroom, and bedroom, all within the existing footprint of a home by way of thoughtful design.
Bringing a light, bright oasis to a home.
This inviting family room addition to a 1930's home allowed this family to continue to grow in the Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara neighborhood.
Multiple bathrooms get modern and sophisticated remodels for the entire family.
A whole house remodel that provided clean and refined updates to a classic home.
This Monona home is hardly recognizable after a whole house remodel! No additional square footage was added to this property, but an open floor plan and smart design make the 1,000 sq. foot home feel spacious.
This small bungalow got a new second floor, plus an exterior makeover, while staying true to the original aesthetics of the home.
Preserving Madison’s rich historical and cultural heritage is a passion for the current owners of this historic landmark home.
By totally re-configuring a first-floor primary bedroom, bathroom and guest bedroom, a primary suite emerged.
Maintaining the historic charm of this 1922 Colonial Revival-style home designed by famed Madison architect, Frank Riley, was paramount to the new owners of this home.
Designed to be 70% more energy efficient than a “code” built house, this exceptional home is also universally designed for accessibility.