West Alameda

Nestled in iconic Santa Fe, this incredible modern mountain home is all about exclusivity and privacy. Perched on a hill side, West Alameda boasts unparalleled views. 2000 sq ft vaulted indoor pool, anyone?


This incredibly private foothills home boasts 7000 square feet and every amenity you could possibly want. With a 1500 sq ft pool and 7 bathrooms, comfort and opulence abounds.


The roof was literally taken off this house. Then it was taken off again, for round two, to install 45 linear feet of floor to ceiling glass and a second story, which boasts extreme modernity and refinement. This house was literally an engineering feet.


Meticulous attention to detail was the motif of this 7000 sq ft masterpiece. Reinvigorating this dilapidated home took a full year.


Re-designing the front of this home was a large challenge, given the heavily cemented (literally and figuratively) Mediterranean architecture and arches. We incorporated a lot of the original interior architectural features, while tastefully updating the finishes.


Countless hours were spent on this amazing -European Farmhouse- home trying to pencil in every detail and inch for the home owner. This was one of the most comprehensive, detail oriented projects we took on, spanning over 9 months on the main re-design.


From old and tired to fresh and updated, the almost 6 ft wide solid pivoting front door sets the tone and says it all for this beauty.


With heavier budget restrictions, this mid-century modern home was difficult. Keeping the brick exterior, while countering the monotony of red, was a tall order. We achieved this through grey accents and hard black finishes.


One of the most extensive infrastructure upgraded homes we have designed, this home was virtually brand new by the time it was finished. Upon completion, it was beautiful, open concept floor plans. Light fixtures to die for and wide-open space, defined this home.


Texture was the main design element for this sprawling single-story beauty. From the Corten steel planters to the wood accented front and back yards, this home was given a multitude of different elements resulting in a serene modern, sleek finish.


In this 60’s style home, two master bedrooms were incorperated into an open concept floorplan. Most 60’s and 70’s homes were designed with closed off spaces. Our design resulted in removing over 20 walls to give function and flow to its bones.


Contemporary meets southwestern, was the design goal of this 4000 sq ft, 1 story home. Hickory floors and venetian plaster abounded in this beautifully redesigned home. It was the perfect amalgamation of two generally competing architectural styles.

Laura Lee

With sprawling vaulted ceilings, it was red oak and views that defined this home. The kitchen was updated with simple white washing techniques which brightened it up without breaking the bank. The red oak additions completed this redesign with warmth and durability.

36th Circle

This modern grey-palleted starter home was designed to be functional, but not lacking, in its design aesthetics. Water proof, grey driftwood floors gave this home extra durability for rambunctious kids and pets, all while maintaining its consistency of appearance.