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Color at Play

A design team revamps a DC apartment with minimalist architecture and vibrant art

Prime Perch

A dream-come-true retreat takes shape on Virginia’s Lake Barcroft

Year-Round Fun

A sunroom addition takes full advantage of lakefront views

Clear Vision

Fowlkes Studio revamps an off-kilter 1920s Colonial in DC

All In the Details

A drab Georgetown penthouse is recast as a classic-meets-modern gem

Strong Foundation

Behind three 1941 brick walls in traditional Tenleytown, a modern home rises

Project Profile

Color at Play

After 30 years in the five-bedroom Potomac house where they raised their kids, the task of seamlessly downsizing to a two-bedroom co-op apartment in Northwest DC wasn’t an easy one—but […]

Lighten Up

Downsizing has its upsides, as a couple from McLean, Virginia, discovered when they moved from their longtime, single-family home to a 20-year-old townhouse community in a historic district nearby. Although they […]

Prime Perch

It all started when an architecture student landed a summer internship in a home-based firm overlooking scenic Lake Barcroft. Among the perks were lunchtime jaunts on the boss’s boat. Enthralled […]

Year-Round Fun

Reston, Virginia, clients with a home on Lake Newport hired design/build firm Denny + Gardner to construct a 24-by-20-foot sunroom addition that would make the most of the waterfront locale. […]

Clear Vision

The stately 1922 Colonial in Northwest Washington was always desirable, but as the owners learned over time, it took an architect’s vision to reconfigure the main floor and make modern […]

All In the Details

A couple downsizing from a stately home in DC’s Foxhall district did not want to compromise on style when they acquired a Georgetown penthouse. They tapped Anthony Wilder Design/Build and […]

Middleburg Revival

Former Georgetown residents Vickie and Miguel Innis fell in love with Middleburg on weekend getaways. So when they began to crave more space to spread out during the pandemic, the […]

Strong Foundation

In 2003, two newly married lawyers bought their first home, a three-story, red-brick Colonial in Northwest DC’s Tenleytown neighborhood. At 1,960 square feet, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath abode desperately needed an […]

Ripple Effect

Following a 45-year stint in Washington, Suman Sorg set her sights on New York. After most of the assets of her eponymous, 45-person architecture firm were sold, she was about […]

Modern Oasis

To appreciate the delight Anthony and Elizabeth Wilder take in their freshly updated Bethesda home, it helps to understand what—and who—came before. For years, Anthony Wilder drove past the property […]

Outside the Box

Many homes in DC’s desirable neighborhoods meet the wrecking ball when buyers opt for a fresh start instead of a renovation. But sometimes owners with a keen eye see potential […]

Period Charm

Grant Bermann and Ryan Velandria McCarthy fell in love with the Italianate brick façade of the 1889 Shaw row house when they purchased the property in 2015, but were less […]

Double Take

The complexity of a whole-house renovation was increased exponentially in a townhouse reinvention near Washington’s Logan Circle. That’s because the owners, Sharon H. Russ and David Rubin, had just expanded […]

Paris Match

A five-acre estate in Virginia’s Hunt Country proved irresistible to its owner, a Georgetown University alumnus and private-equity investor. “The approach is magical—a long drive up a curving hill past […]

Week’s End

Exterior Photography by David Burroughs  |  Interior Photography by Angie Seckinger Sweeping vistas of Island Creek, a tributary of the Tred Avon River, sold an Arlington couple on an idyllic, […]

Stairway to Heaven

Clients brought a love of fine wine to a home they had purchased in McLean. However, “after claiming most of the basement for a bar, piano room, exercise room and […]

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