Full Architectural Services
April 2011

The cabin in the woods is a single family home that serves as a full time residence for its owner and expands to a vacation home for a large family gatherings.  It is imperative to be a flexible space that allows private comfort and space for individuality.  This is achieved by creating a unique connection with nature in each space.  Through this relationship, the home changes over time, enclosed, shaded, and protected in the summer, while far sighted in the winter when the canopy of trees shed their leaves.

Images by Three Story Media

Western, Illinois


Design and Permit Drawings
January, 2014

Cellar Door Provisions is a project born from shared bread and underground dining experiences. husARchitecture helped the restaurant swiftly navigate the design and permit process to allow the project to make its mark on the neighborhood. The concept encourages the community to continue developing ­with a meal as a setting, the space fosters conversation and connectivity through a communal environment.

Images by Nolan Wells

Logan Square, Chicago


Full Architectural Services 
In progress January 2014 

Busy Bee Promotions is an international guerrilla marketing firm specializing in food promotions.  The project focuses on tasteful renovations and necessary code upgrades to an existing loft building built in 1847. The new 20,000-sf headquarters will not only house main offices and tenant spaces but will also host a 4,000-sf event space complete with a commercial kitchen to bring contemporary cooking demonstrations to their clientele and surrounding community.

In partnership with Rehabitate

Kinzie Corridor, Chicago

North Coast Organics

Concept Design

With a mission of creating certified organic, vegan body care products, North Coast Organics has an ongoing relationship with husARchitecture starting with a study for potential storefront designs in Logan Square as well as varieties of reclaimed  material product  display boxes. The projects have been able to translate consistently the company’s environmental vision through spatial and material concepts.

Logan Square, Chicago 

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