Jonathan Segal is revered among his peers for his business savvy as much as his design talent.
Glass screens generate two light-filled courtyards for public gathering and private refelction.
As builders leverage the value of amenity-rich master planned communities, a finely tuned trade-off takes place between what’s inside and outside the homes.
The jury praised how this project encourages interaction and offers “a rich mix of elements that make the urban lifestyle self-contained.”
The 2014 Project of the Year exemplifies smart density, walkability, and community.
The affordable housing category was one of the most robust of all in this year’s Gold Nugget Awards competition, as shown by these three trend-setting projects.
A kitchen-centric remodel revolves around an inventive and efficient galley setup that opens up to the rest of the house.
Attention to details and exemplary indoor-outdoor flow make a production kitchen feel custom.
A vacation home’s open kitchen is a hard-working cooking and partying space that integrates seamlessly with the rest of the house.
A light-filled bath in a compact space boasts all the demands of a master suite.