Pulling up to the grand shimmering blue onyx glass building trimmed in a silvery labradorite infused granite, it was hard to believe that the building we were arriving at was a condominium development; it feels like one of those exuberantly grande … [Read more...] about A Private Tour of Turnberry Towers
The folks at Walkscore.com have come up with a great way for the people of our global community to view what makes their neighborhood walkable. With lists of the most walkable cities, reasons to live in walkable areas and what makes an area not … [Read more...] about Walkability
If you are the type of person who has difficulty seeing the bigger picture, or the way that an art project will look until you are able to see the finished product, you need a support system when looking to buy, build or remodel. Even if you just … [Read more...] about Re-model. Re-invent. Re-design. Re-use. Re-purpose. Re-structure.
I can vividly imagine Mark Turner as a fort-building child of his Wyoming wilderness youth after discovering what his favorite part of his latest project on Capitol Hill is: the “bird’s nest” loft addition on this 1850’s remarkable renovation. A … [Read more...] about 1850's Capitol Hill Home Gets Carbon Neutral Makeover
I have heard you can bleed orange... but that is usually referring to Texas Longhorn fans- not Arlington Orange line commuters. I do, however, think that it transfers poetically. What is the lifeblood of Arlington, Virginia? It has most definitely … [Read more...] about I have heard you can bleed orange…