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Labor of Love

An outmoded Kalorama row house gets a new lease on life

Woodland Aerie

A bold redo revives a dark and dated home with an eye on nature

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

Eastern Flair

A globetrotting couple comes home to their Crystal City condo in style

Modern Redux

EL Studio revamps a lackluster Dupont Circle row house in sleek, contemporary style for a couple who love to entertain

Smart Makeover

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 […]

Labor of Love

When Robyn Segal and Marshall Rifkin moved into their 1912 Kalorama row house, they anticipated upheaval. For the just-married couple—a real estate entrepreneur and financier respectively—the opportunity for a major […]

Watergate Aerie

Stylistically, Washington’s Watergate complex has always exhibited a split personality. The cutting-edge 1960s project by Italian architect Luigi Moretti came with a futuristic, curvilinear exterior and curiously fussy interiors. Following […]

Woodland Aerie

With daylight flowing in and an open floor plan that makes living joyful, the owner of a redesigned Cabin John, Maryland, home recalls the epiphany that led her family to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Eastern Flair

A fascination with air travel convinced a couple to buy a condo with runway views of Reagan National Airport. “We were sitting in the car at Gravelly Point watching the planes […]

Modern Redux

Almost four years ago, a dermatologist and an architect met at the DC preschool their sons attended. Talk turned to home design and their shared modernist sensibility. The doctor and […]

Rural Retreat

In the late 1980s, an Annapolis college professor with deep Virginia roots bought 40 acres and a hilltop home outside Charlottesville. For nearly three decades, he and his wife passed […]

Fresh Take

From the street, the house in Richmond’s West End doesn’t appear to have changed much. It presents with matching roof gables and a deep, welcoming portico—but the roof height is […]

Breathing Room

When a pair of empty nesters decided to remodel their Chevy Chase, Maryland, home of almost 20 years, they started off in an unusual direction. Instead of vetting, selecting and […]

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 […]

Perfect Setting

Perfect Setting - An award-winning renovation transformed a staid, builder-grade home in the rolling hills of Waterford, Virginia, into a clean, modern farmhouse that takes full advantage of the stunning scenery […]

DC Revival

In 1999, Ken Crerar and his husband Peter Garrett lucked into finding their forever home in DC's Wesley Heights area. The renovated and expanded 1927 dwelling “was warm and inviting,” […]

Bold Moves

Since launching FORMA Design 25 years ago, Andreas Charalambous has split his time between residential and commercial work. So when a client tapped him to renovate a penthouse that would […]

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