Bryn Mawr Residence

Archer & Buchanan Bryn Mawr Residence A TRANSITIONAL INTERIOR was created with interior designer Jennifer Fuller on her c. 1930 home. The program included a home office/library just off the entry...Read More

Fairville Residence

THE CLIENTS SOUGHT A VERY PRIVATE HOME reminiscent of a meandering European country house, with layers of indoor and outdoor rooms creating a distinct sequence of use from public to private....Read More

Fox Hollow Residence

FOX HOLLOW suffered a catastrophic fire that left only fragments of the former home standing. Our design solution was to recast a formerly contemporary home in a more formal manner to...Read More

Chestnut Hill Residence

SET AMID ONE OF THE LAST remaining wooded lots available in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia, this new family home design respects its historic context with regard to siting,...Read More

Speakman Hill Farm

A CLOSE STUDY of 18th c. masonry house and bank barn precedents of Southern Chester County were the genesis of this 2007 farm. Sited above the Speakman Bridge on the Doe...Read More

Yellow Pony Farm

FOR A FAMILY OF PASSIONATE HORSEMEN, we brought together coastal themes of a Shingle Style home on high ground with a six-stall horse barn and indoor arena nestled in the...Read More

Cor-Ten Cattails

THE DESIGN OF THE COR-TEN CATTAILS was inspired by the Arts & Crafts style house that it surrounds on a 12-acre estate in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. While performing as a fence to...Read More

Arts and Crafts Garage

DESIGNED FOR THE DISPLAY and keeping of finer automobiles, this timber frame and masonry garage beautifully complements the Arts and Crafts style pebble-dash home designed by our firm in 2002....Read More

Kennett Square Pool House

NESTLED IN THE ROLLING HILLS of Chester County, this pool house recalls the small, stone spring houses found on 18th century farmsteads in Pennsylvania. To anchor the stone building to the...Read More

Hobbit House

AN AVID AND SERIOUS COLLECTOR of J.R.R. Tolkien books, manuscripts and artifacts, this client desired a cottage-like setting based on Tolkien’s writings and imagery of a home for a Hobbit. This...Read More

Pool Pavilion

AN OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE created for relaxing and entertaining while relishing prime views of the gardens and pool, this 16’ x 24’ pavilion is constructed atop an existing brick and...Read More

Rosedon Carriage House

THE SIX-CAR GARAGE built on the property of a c.1902 Main Line Philadelphia estate was designed to suggest it was built at the time of the original construction of the home....Read More


HOUSED IN A STRUCTURE reminiscent 18th and 19th century Bucks County barns, this new 2,500 SF pool house provides a thoroughly modern living and entertaining space. Stone gable end walls, timber...Read More

Nature Pavilion

DESIGNED FOR A NATURE-LOVING COUPLE, the Nature Pavilion is tucked into the tree line on a natural plateau, far enough from the clients’ house to be a retreat destination, yet...Read More

Mercer Hill Garage

BUILT TO FULFILL A VARIETY OF NEEDS, this garage houses one daily-driven and two antique cars in a simple space made of timber and white-washed masonry that serves as a...Read More

All Around Farm

ORIGINALLY PART OF a large summer estate, this c. 1870 carriage barn additionally played the roles of car storage facility during World War II and, later, an internationally recognized show...Read More

Radnor Residence

ARCHITECT CHARLES PLATT (1861-1933) designed the neighboring Griswald Residence in 1912 with a large garden pavilion as the focal point of his characteristically Italianate garden design. With the deprivations of the...Read More

Charles Allen Residence

A THOROUGH UPDATE was made to this 1934 home designed by Philadelphia architect R. Brognard Okie, known for his intensive reinterpretation of classic Pennsylvania 18th century millwork. Okie’s houses reflect a...Read More

Mine Road Farm

IN THE 1930’s, when renowned local architect Walter K. Durham designed a major renovation and addition to this stone colonial in Chester County, the house was already more than two...Read More

Maple Hill Barn

THE COMPLETE RENOVATION of a late 19th century barn was part of a comprehensive property plan encompassing 20 acres formerly owned by Main Line architect Walter Durham (1896-1976). The structure was...Read More

Clarke Residence

LEGENDARY ARCHITECT WILLIAM L. PRICE designed this home in 1901 for Louis Clarke, the founder of the Autocar Manufacturing Co. Using historic photographs, a strong understanding of the period and...Read More

Bryn Mawr Renovation

CONSIDERED FOR DEMOLITION, this c. 1950 house sited on a 4-acre sloped and overgrown property was recovered and restored, with major renovations and additions. Extending in every direction, the additions...Read More

Bryn Coed Farm

THE RESIDENCE OF U.S. Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts (1875-1955) was meticulously renovated and expanded by notable Philadelphia architect R. Brognard Okie in the 1930’s as his refuge from...Read More

Haverford Residence

SITED ON TWO ACRES on Philadelphia’s main line, a c.1920’s stone home receives an addition and partial interior renovation to bring it to the level of functionality expected in a...Read More