New Additions to the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory by

Issue 44 · Miss Havisham · November 3, 2012

New Additions to the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory

Issue 44 · Miss Havisham · November 3, 2012

Since we launched our Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory a couple of years ago, our listings have grown to include more than 150 members, including these five new architects and designers:

Above: London firm Stiff + Trevillion renovated Sam Roddick's darkly glamorous house set on the side of Hampstead Heath; see more at Architect Visit: Stiff + Trevillion in Hampstead.

Above: NYC-based Kimberly Peck Architect is a one-woman show with a diverse portfolio. She had the especially tough challenge of turning this 19th-century Catskills barn into an energy-efficient home. For Peck's own insights on the project, see The Architect is In: A Rural Barn Transformed for Modern Living.

Above: San Francisco-based Boor Bridges Architecture designed the new Dropbox office (Lauren Geremia oversaw the interior design). See more Boor Bridges work in Architect Visit: Sightglass by Boor Bridges Architecture.

Above: Rundell Associates was tasked with turning this 10,000 square foot classical building into a contemporary family home. The kitchen is an especially good example of how the thoroughly modern update still capitalizes on the home's original features. Based in London, Rundell is currently opening a second office in St. Petersburg, Russia. For another Rundell update to a period building, see Back to the Future: An Art Deco House in London.

Above: Principal Nils Finne of Seattle-based FINNE Architects was raised in Norway and the United States, and his designs reflect his Scandinavian heritage and Pacific Northwest locale. FINNE renovated this 1950s contemporary house in Seattle to capitalize on the forest views. See more of FINNE Architects' work in our image gallery.

For more inspiration from our roster of architects and designers, visit the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.



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