Month: October, 2012

Thorson House

One of the benefits of starting by business in Oakland was having an example of Greene & Greene’s architecture next door in Berkeley. The Thorson House features a lot of the fine detailing found in the larger residences they built in Pasadena and has provided a lot of inspiration for my work over the years. […]

Arch top window with bird in a blossoming tree

I designed and built this window for a client who wanted to allow the maximum amount of light to pass into his home while obscuring the view and providing privacy.

Art Tiles in the Prairie School

I contributed to a series of articles in the Journal of the American Art Pottery Association written by Richard D. Mohr, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at University of Illinois and author of numerous articles on art and architecture for Architectural Record, Art Issues and Style 1900. This is essential reading for fans of Prairie School […]