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Collective Office takes on timber frame construction

06.07.2018

Collective Office continues to study the possibilities of timber frame in high rise design for the South Loop Masterplan project. The South Loop Masterplan project proposes large scale infill development from a strategic progamming perspective for the vacant sites that still exist in the South Loop. We have the position that these sites should be thought of together, and not as individuals, in order to add the best mix possible of residential, commerical and hospitality to the existing area. This neighborhood is very unique with all the large available parcels of land. 

Timber Lane Residence Featured in Crain’s

06.07.2018

The Timber Lane Residence was designed as a modern minimilist iteration to the popular southwest Michigan cottage. We've designed an efficient 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom house, with the focus on how a young family would use the residence on this corner lot. The material choices are common to residential vernacular in the area, used in a thoughtful way to distinguish this home in the neighborhood. 

Honor HQ wins another award!

04.19.2018

Collective Office project Honor HQ wins second award. Last year we were honored to receive the 2017 Brick in Architecture for Commercial Buildings. This year we are pleased to announce winning the 2018 PCI Design Award for Best Office Building!  

Curbed publishes West Loop Loft!

04.03.2018

Curbed author Mary Jo Bowling sat down with Jeff Klymson and the client for our West Loop Loft project to learn the details of how to complete a quick design and execution of a loft renovation in Chicago. Read the article on Curbed. Thanks to all that contributed their time and effort on this amazing project! 

Timber Lane Residence Completion

10.06.2017

Timber Lane Residence has completed and is now looking for a new family. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bedroom home is located in the Timber Lane community of New Buffalo, MI. This community has it's own private Lake Michigan beach and access, and is only a short hour and twenty minute drive from Chicago. 

Architects Advocate Action on Climate Change

09.20.2016

As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities, and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we Advocate for action on Climate Change. 

Why?
We believe a healthy environment is a Civil Right. 

What?
We need to enact meaningful legislation to mitigate Climate Change. 

How?
Speak out publicly and share how your actions create livable communities.