Posts Tagged ‘design’

Jun
0

Residence Master Plan – Part 2

Here is an update of a residential master plan we are working on. We generated a number of options – both interior and exterior. Since the work is going to be phased, we need to create a design that can be implemented in pieces. Take a look!

Mar
0

Project Update – Afton Home 2

The process continues! We start to refine the floor plans and begin looking at the exterior and interior concepts.
And, I thought I looked good in anything but I was reprimanded by my wife for wearing an old sweatshirt and mismatched teal t-shirt. I guess I should be grateful that she actually still looks at me!

Oct
0

Completed Project – Basement Remodel

Some friends of ours asked if we could come up with a concept to finish off their lower level. Its primary purpose would be for overflow entertaining and a place where the kids could hang out. We came up with some ideas and some basic drawings and they took it from there. I wanted to drop in and see how it turned out. Take a look!

Mar
0

Project Update: RCU Discover Center 3/16

Siding is going on, stonework is starting and Spring is in the air…and on the ground! What a mud-filled site. I thought I would do a quick update on the project. Take a look!

RCU Discover Center 16-0307 from michael huber architects on Vimeo.

May
0

Hudson Remodel Part I

I am beginning a new project and thought I would document the progress. The home was built around 1910 with a subsequent addition in the back. The new home owners want to make a few changes some of which include remodeling the kitchen and dining area, open up/connect spaces on the main level, and create a new master suite on the upper level. This will be a fun project as the clients are great people! Take a look!

Hudson Remodel Part I from michael huber architects on Vimeo.

Oct
0

Project Update – Before & After

Project Update – Before & After

Some friends that I hadn’t been in touch with for 20 some years searched me out to help them remodel a home they just purchased. I love it! Besides the fun of reconnecting, they were looking to transform a basic stock house into a modern styled home.

We kept the same shape and bones of the home but with some simple yet bold moves of new siding, colors and a screened porch, the transformation has begun! On the interior, we relocated the entry and kitchen as the stock home had been placed with the ‘front’ actually to the back of the property. Industrial materials work in harmony with cherry and maple wood accents.

We are wrapping up the construction drawings and they have already tackled the new roof and some of the siding – just in time for winter!

Sovil-Exterior
Sovil-Interior

Aug
0

8 One-minute Design Projects

Common items used in unique ways – fun!

Jun
0

Container Home

Cool design using shipping containers but what I really like is the animation by Amin Alwi. The context shown enhances the design experience. Relaxing and mesmerizing to watch. Presentation is important!

Container Home 2013 from Amin Alwi on Vimeo.

Jan
0

Custom Sliding Door -Part One

We are having fun with designing and building a custom sliding door for our Clients at the Bald Eagle Lake Residence. (Check out previous posts to see the progress on the home) This door consists of a steel frame that will be sandwiched by different colored pieces of glass. Should be cool when it is completed!

Custom Sliding Door Part 1 from michael huber architects on Vimeo.

Dec
0

Cool Mailbox!

We get to create some fun things! A Client asked us to design a mailbox to go along with the home we designed for them. This video shows a bit of that process. Take a look!

Nov
0

The Fundamentals of Design

Here is a video describing the Fundamentals of Design, primarily focusing on branding. It is a great little synopsis of what we as architects think about but on a more grand and complex scale.
Source: Erica Gorochow

Jul
0

A Place for Everything

A Place for Everything

Berlin Architect Sigurd Larsen built a box to store all of his small treasures. Each drawer, door and compartment represents spaces in one’s personal environment. Check out the video below for the philosophy and construction of ‘The Shrine’.

Sigurd Larsen // The Shrine from Dario Natale on Vimeo.