Happy Independence Day from Romeo, the shop dog, an important member of the team at Hull Historical in Fort Worth, TX
Tropical hardwood beams, locally-fashioned framing connectors, and mahogany siding. Who needs a view?
Simple country houses, Brutalist bodegas, and superb craftsmanship
Latinos have some pretty cool lavatories. This sink illustrates the point: This cool sink gets its chic from the way it’s made, with back-splash high pieces of scraps of the marble that made the counter.
Equatorial sun changes the priorities in a construction sequence
Begin with the end in mind. And some construction materials, too.
It takes unusual tools and techniques to replace European-style windows in masonry walls.
Luxury housing development in Ecuador
Finally, a WRB especially for peeps who fish.
From sizing up the job to setting the newel posts on a stain-grade set of winders
Furniture-grade cabinetry with simple joinery
Sidewalk snapshots of South American door hardware
A Mashup of traditional architecture, modern technology, and good old gravity
Good amortization doesn't always involve using a building forever—sometimes, it means recapturing the space when the building corrodes