The Antler House is one of seventeen residences featured in Hamptons Modern: Contemporary Living on the East End by David Sokol. The book focuses on residences that “return to modernism’s founding principles, shun Instagrammable spectacle, and steward the East End’s increasingly fragile landscape.”
As part of AIA Virginia’s Architecture Exchange East, Forrest is to speak on a panel considering the topic of housing density. The event is to take place on November 3rd at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, and includes esteemed colleagues Burt Pinnock, Katharine Grey, Jack Wilburn, and Brian Maslyk.
Tim McKeogh’s latest article in the NY Times Real Estate section focuses on designer Timothy Godbold’s efforts to promote preservation of modernist homes in the Hamptons. Our restoration of Andrew Geller’s Antler House is set to be featured on a modernist home tour in August.
Read the full article on the New York Times website.
AIA Virginia’s 2021 Design Awards recognized our work at 1125 Commerce Road with an Honor Award for Design in Adaptive Reuse.Read more: 2021 AIA Design Awards for Two Projects Read More
Our Antler House Restoration is still getting lots of press. AD Germany and Andreas Kühnlein recently wrote about the house and our clients. For those of you who know German, read the full article, “Half hippie dream, half spaceship: a visit to Andrew Geller’s wonderful Antler House,” on AD Germany.
Forrest recently served as the chair of the 2020 AIA Delaware Awards Committee.Read more: Forrest Chairs 2020 AIA Delaware Awards Committee Read More
Last Thursday at AIA Richmond’s Honors and Awards Ceremony, McKinnon and Harris’ NYC Flagship and the Antler House restoration both received 2020 AIA Richmond Merit Awards. Many thanks to the jury and we are thrilled to be in such fine company!
On Thursday, Dezeen announced their longlist for their 2020 Awards. We’re honored to see our NY showroom for McKinnon and Harris among great company in the Large Retail Interiors category. Dezeen will announce the shortlist around September 1.
In the meantime, learn more about the project in our portfolio.