House Van Holland is a California based studio primarily specializing in wood products for the home. Since its founding in 2011, our team has explored an array of materials and construction techniques to create an assortment of projects including residential furniture, restaurant builds, hotel accessories and more.
After much consideration, we've decided to take everything learned in the business of design and manufacturing and apply our experience to a new innovation for the home.
Our KARVD collection includes an ongoing series of modular, wood carved wall panels and vertical casegoods to help you design a custom experience for any home or workspace. Easy to install, easy to remove and its arrangements are limited to only your imagination. karvdwalls.com
"Melody House is an online Musical Instrument store based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Established in 1993 the company has developed a strong presence around the Middle East via its retail stores in Dubai. Our goal is to develop and enhance the Middle East’s musical landscape. We do so by providing quality instruments and recording gear that serves as a one stop shop for every musician. With an ever increasing brand portfolio Melody House now includes not just musical instruments but also studio equipment, acoustic treatment and live sound. "
Known throughout the world as a prolific type foundry, House Industries has made a considerable impact on the world of design. House Industries' fonts scream from billboards, wish happy whatever from tens of thousands of greeting cards, serve as the basis for consumer product logos, and add elements of style to a wide range of mainstream media. In their illustrious career, House artists have mastered a large cross-section of design disciplines.
Shade House Development is a green design + custom build company in Houston, Texas that offers traditional home contracting as well as full architectural design services. They specialize in the construction of custom homes and large remodeling in the Houston area.
Formed in 2011, Leaf House specializes in the design and build of tiny houses and small spaces. Based out of Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Leaf House focuses on modern design, cold climate construction and ecologically friendly materials. Tailored to the extreme winter environments of the north, each Leaf House is fully featured and designed to be as livable as possible.
Revolution Design House represents a new generation of American design. Anchored in Portland, Oregon, Revolution Design House works hand-in-hand with designers and local manufacturers to offer desired modern home-ware. It’s time to "Love what you own".
dontDIY is an architecture and design studio founded in 2012 in Sofia by Svetoslav Michev, Stefan Minkov and Hristo Stankushev. Antonina Ilieva joined the partnership in late 2014.
Over the first five years of the studio’s development, dontDIY has accumulated a considerable portfolio of realized interior design projects. dontDIY won first prize in the 2012 Passive House International Design Competition, and third prize in the competition to design the interior of Bulgarian National Television’s Studio 5, also in 2012. Other notable accolades for the studio’s projects are the 2017 Dibla Shop/Exhibition Area Award and the 2015 Velux Prize. dontDIY was the curator of the seventh edition of One Architecture Week festival in 2014. Our projects have been featured in a number of international publications such as A10, Bravacasa, Abitare, Frame, dezeen.
Both architectural and interior design to us are a way to situate people in the world of objects, systems and concepts both larger and smaller than themselves. Our project work is a reflection on phenomena and processes in the environment we inhabit. Our focus is to observe, to discuss with each other, and to understand these processes, then to try to extract the positive and the specific. In this way, we hope, our projects are a constructive commentary to the present that we project back into the environment.
Predominant topics in our work are: historicity of spaces and design-objects and its place in the life of contemporary people (worldwide and in our country); ways to manifest modernity in design and architecture; plants and the built environment; visualization of processes – of building, of dwelling, of work, of interaction.
Solares is a Toronto-based architecture firm specializing in sustainable residential design. Since our founding by Tom Knezic and Christine Lolley in 2005, Solares has earned a reputation as experts in energy efficiency and building science. Fully licensed by the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA), we focus on custom residential new builds and major renovations across Ontario.
Our complete turnkey process guides you through every stage of creating your custom home, from the first ideas to the final move-in day. We believe the fundamentals of sustainability are passive solar design, an airtight and ultra-insulated building envelope, and quality construction.
Olson Kundig is a full-service design firm whose work includes residences (often for art collectors), museums and exhibition design, hospitality projects, commercial design, academic buildings, interior design, visual identities, and places of worship.
The firm is led by five owners—Jim Olson, Tom Kundig, Kirsten R. Murray, Alan Maskin, and Kevin Kudo-King—who are supported by eleven principals, twenty-four associates, and a staff of approximately 165 in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle. The firm opened a workspace in New York in 2014 to better serve its expanding roster of East Coast and international clients. The in-house interiors studio, founded in 2000, provides a full range of services, including material selection, custom furniture design, and purchasing capabilities.
The firm began its creative existence in 1966 with the architect Jim Olson, whose work at that time centered on explorations of the relationship between dwellings and the landscapes in which they inhabit. Olson started the firm based on the essential ideas that buildings can serve as a bridge between nature, culture, histories, and people, and that inspiring surroundings have a positive effect on people’s lives.
Among the firm’s accolades are the 2009 National AIA Architecture Firm Award (as Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects), national and regional design awards from the American Institute of Architects, Jim Olson’s 2007 Seattle Medal of Honor and Tom Kundig’s National Design Award from the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt and his Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Books on the firm’s work include Tom Kundig: Works (Princeton Architectural Press); Jim Olson: Art and Architecture (August Editions, 2013); Tom Kundig Houses 2 (Princeton Architectural Press, 2011); Jim Olson Houses (The Monacelli Press, 2009); and Tom Kundig: Houses (Princeton Architectural Press, 2006.)
We are a modern design firm; minimalists at heart.
Our mission is to enrich lives through the beauty of simplicity and the freedom of thoughtful space. Our goal is to promote the virtues of living consciously and authentically. We believe in quality over quantity, function over decoration, architecture over building, home over house. Our work helps people live abundantly and deliberately.
Contemporary is a style, but modern is a mode of thinking and a way of being.
Founder and Managing Partner, LaModernHome.com
William Baker began his relationship with deasy/penner more than 10 years ago: as a client, first. With a keen eye and interest in mid century modern architecture, William searched for the perfect home in several Southern California counties, deciding to settle in L.A.’s east side community of Montecito Heights in a house he purchased with deasy/penner representing him as agency of record. His John L. Pugsley AIA designed home is a beautiful beacon of mid century design in this unique, up & coming hillside community clustered between Downtown and Pasadena