• Paul Rudolph
    @paulrudolph
    Paul Rudolph was an American architect born in Kentucky in 1918. As an undergraduate, he studied architecture at Auburn University (Alabama Polytechnic at that time), then completed a graduate degree at Harvard, where Walter Gropius was his professor. Rudolph's built work includes a number of projects in Sarasota, Florida, which were instrumental in the establishment of the modernist Sarasota School of Architecture. From 1958-1965, Rudolph was the dean of the Yale School of Architecture. During his tenure, he designed and completed the university's Art and Architecture Building—probably his most famous work. Following his time at Yale, Rudolph designed a number of buildings in the northeastern US, and later throughout Asia. Rudolph passed away in 1997.
  • Rudolph Schindler
    @rudolphschindler
    Rudolph Schindler was one of the first wave of modern architects to make their names in America. Born in Vienna, Schindler studied with architectural luminaries Adolf Loos and Otto Wagner, and in the early 1910s came under the sway of Frank Lloyd Wright. He came to the US to work under Wright, which he did in 1918. Wright sent him to Los Angeles to oversee work on his iconic Hollyhock House. He stayed in the city, and in 1922 constructed one of the foundations of Californian modernism, the Kings Road House in West Hollywood. He lived there with his wife and another couple (Richard and Dionne Neutra would later live there with him), making use of many outdoor rooms, a pair of sleeping porches and large studios for each resident. He was deeply committed to the interaction of indoor and outdoor space, a pursuit which defined much of his career. All told he designed some 400 projects, many of which were, and still are, in Southern California,150 of which were completed in his lifetime.
  • transFORM Home
    @transformhome
    As the name hints, transFORM excels at taking the banal and turning it into something special and unique by seamlessly integrating custom built-in cabinetry with the homeowners decor and lifestyle. transFORM designs, manufactures and installs every custom storage solution including closets, dressing rooms, wall beds, home offices, libraries, wall units, pantries, media centers, mudrooms, utility rooms, laundry rooms, garages, and more. Get started by scheduling your Complimentary In-Home Design Consultation or visit transFORM's Manhattan and/or Westchester Showroom Today. LOCATIONS transFORM @ The NYDC : 200 Lexington Ave, Suite 708, New York, NY 10016 Westchester/ Fairfield Showroom : 20 Jones Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801 CONTACT Email us: info@transformhome.com Call us: (800) 450-1455 Text us: (914) 500-1000 HOURS Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • PAUL CREMOUX studio
    @paulcremouxw
    PAUL CREMOUX studio is an architectural firm committed to distinguishing sustainable eco-effective building designs. Our goal is to produce architecture that celebrates life, enriches the natural environment and the human condition. We envision a process that is integrated into a concept that balances environment enrichment proposals, beauty and social responsibility with the client’s needs and desires.
  • Paul Kaplan Group
    @paulkaplangroup
    Mid-Century and Modern Architectural Specialists in Palm Springs and surrounding areas. We've been helping our clients find unique homes in the desert, for the past 20 years. Lets chat. We'd love to help you find your dream home too. PaulKaplanGroup.com
  • Deltec Homes
    @deltechomes
    The leader in precision-built, prefab high performance homes. We offer custom and pre-designed homes known for being extremely durable and energy efficient. deltechomes.com
  • Galaxy Homes
    @nicoletysvaer
    Galaxy Homes builds new residential properties and remodels existing homes in the Washington, DC area. We specialize in custom-made high-performance houses that maximize energy efficiency in the modern aesthetic. With more than 30 years of experience in residential construction, our repertoire continues to evolve to incorporate the latest technological advances and green building practices. Our emphasis on personalized attention above and beyond the expectations of our Galaxy homeowners reflects a cornerstone of how we do business. The Galaxy approach involves a highly collaborative process working closely to meet the needs our clients, balancing function and beauty, and sharing our passions for the unique places we call home.
  • Halo Home
    @briancox7865
    Introducing the world’s most beautiful, intelligent & simple home security. Technology doesn’t have to look like technology. Using premium materials and metal finishes, Halo achieves a sophisticated aesthetic that enhances the style of your home. With the Halo Home mobile app, you can be at home even when you’re away. The app streams the Halo camera feed in 1080p HD so you can get a clear look at what’s happening in your home, including temperature and humidity level. We’re building a future where image recognition technology triggers intelligent notifications straight to your phone. Instead of seeing a non-specific alert like “motion detected,” you’ll see “Andrea and Gavin are in the nursery.” By empowering you with relevant information, you’ll know immediately if you need to sound the alarm, alert the authorities or speak through the device using two-way talk.
  • Cobblestone Homes
    @cobblestonehomes
    Custom Home builder based in Greenville, South Carolina striving to provide design-forward custom homes with a focus on quality of space as well as quality of construction. Building in Greenville County, Pickens County, Oconee County, Polk County, and Henderson County.
  • Paul McCobb
    @paulmccobb
    Boston native Paul McCobb (1917-1969) was best known for what the New York Times called his "sleek, uncluttered and modular design." Although McCobb may have been influenced by other modern designers of his day, he worked to cultivate a home-grown American style. McCobb and BG Mesberg, a New York furniture distributer, formed the Planner Group, which would be one of McCobb’s best known furniture lines, and one of the best selling furniture lines in the United States in the 1950s. This low-cost furniture was designed for the smaller spaces, and its beauty from every angle was meant to make it have the psychological effect of looking bigger in the space. While the collaboration at the Planner Group ended in 1964, McCobb went on to work as a design consultant with other firms, including the Singer Manufacturing Company, Columbia Records, and Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.
  • Home Depot
    @homedepot
    The Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement specialty retailer, with stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces, and Mexico. The Home Depot was founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank. Along with investment banker Ken Langone and merchandising guru Pat Farrah, the founders’ vision of one-stop shopping for the do-it-yourselfer came to fruition when they opened the first two Home Depot stores on June 22, 1979, in Atlanta, Georgia. According to Bernie and Arthur, the customer has a bill of rights at The Home Depot, and this entitles the customer to the right assortment, quantities and price, along with trained associates on the sales floor who want to take care of customers.
  • Honeycomb Home Design
    @honeycombhomedesign
    Honeycomb Home Design is an Interior Design studio run by Ariana Lovato, design school graduate and pug mom. Honeycomb Home Design has a simple mission: creating timeless interiors with a modern edge. No project is too big or too small - Ariana has experience with both new construction and remodels. She loves designing kitchens and baths the most!
  • Brentwood Home
    @brentwoodhome
    Brentwood Home is committed to making products as safe and natural as possible. Designed in California, and hand-crafted in our workshops in Los Angeles, our products are 100% made in the USA. Our eco-friendly materials include bamboo, organic cotton, wool, kapok, organic latex, and soy wax.

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