The toolshed is home to New York City’s smallest green roof.
Greenwich Village Townhouse
Sitting on bedrock, there are views of the Green Mountains.
Vermont Recording Studio
In one hundred years this land will be underwater.
Orient House V
Transformed from a place of worship into a painter’s studio.
The Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation
Finding socks is never easy.
The artist is hiding behind high tech windows and ancient wood siding.
Orient Artist's Studio
Eventually the steel walls may dissolve completely.
Vermont Artists’ Residence
It's a safe perch above the water.
Orient House III
Passive in Dallas
Lively Lane House
The porch is a quote from Mies, not exactly a cut and paste.
Orient House IV
Wood has never been burned at a higher temperature.
Vermont Heating Plant
Corb used the same deep blue pigment.
Orient House I
A translucent light wall illuminates the plywood box.
Orient House II
A bridge between the forest and the bluff.
Orient House VI
It's a gathering place for an artist's family.
Orient House VII