The ceiling was dropped over the dining room to provide a more intimate setting. Strips of salvaged hemlock and chestnut wrap the interior wall and ceiling. A loft for naps and overnight guests is above. Image courtesy Chad Everhart Architect.
Chad Everhart wanted to modernize his Depression-era farmhouse without effacing its history. The home's roof pitch is the same as the original design, but now the Galvalume roofing rolls down to serve as sheathing.
With offices in both Miami and Basel, Switzerland, Chad Oppenheim heads a 30-person architectural practice whose high-profile projects push the boundaries of modernism. Above: Oppenheim's home in Aspen, which he named La Muna. All photos courtesy of Chad Oppenheim Architect + Design An architect with offices in Miami and Basel, Switzerland, would seem to have two very different points of reference — sunny shores one week, mountain views the next. Yet Chad Oppenheim, designer of ...
Photos courtesy of OXB StudioSpectacular views are the focal point of the design inside a San Francisco contemporary loft style home. (above) Chad Stith and Ted Bonneau, owners of the Mill Valley, CA architectural firm OXB Studio, recently took on the challenge of this total home remodel. The goal was to transform the 1600 square Read More
The dining area features slipcovered chairs gathered around a zinc-top table. Shimmer—courtesy of lacquered ceilings, an ornate chandelier, and a mix of metals—infuses glamour. - Photo: Sara Essex Bradley / Design: Chad and Christina Graci
This Florida mansion by Chad Oppenheim is more like a sumptuous resort in disguise