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It's important for architects to be multi-lingual One of the challenges of any home remodel or addition is ensuring that the new improvements fit comfortably with the existing house. Understanding the design language of the buildings we are working on is important for making sure that...

A modern home full of light and views to the Pacific Ocean.   While nestled into a charming older neighborhood, this home was on an infill lot with views of the Pacific Ocean from the second floor. Because this small lot was surrounded by neighbors, the backyard and cozy pool area became part...

Happy New Year from One World Architecture! As the new year starts, we’re excited about a new capability we’re rolling out that allows us to work in a 3D virtual environment from the beginning of the design process, all the way through the construction documents phase...

A sweeping butterfly roof and an informal modern aesthetic define this contemporary house in rural Kentucky. Longing to return to her childhood home, our client acquired a 6 acre property in Goshen, Kentucky - a hilly, wooded lot with a pond, a convergence of streams and bucolic views of surrounding open horse pastures....

A large residence north of Chicago is carefully detailed and crafted to fit into a traditional, upscale neighborhood. Designed with architect Gregory Maire, the meticulous, authentic Shingle Style detailing of the home lend a warm and welcoming aesthetic depite the overall grand scale. Viewed from the street,...

A new residence designed to accommodate a significant amount of space, while retaining the warmth and comfort typical of older homes. Designed with architect Gregory Maire for a young couple with three children, this home in North Chicago features an authentic Arts and Crafts aesthetic applied...

A Mediterranean inspired house is sensitively expanded, blending seamlessly into the existing architecture and landscape. The existing portion of the home is a 1920s-era stucco cottage inspired by a villa the original homeowners were attracted to while traveling in Italy. OWA designed an addition that preserves...

A contextually sensitive addition and renovation was carefully designed to fit the specific living patterns of the homeowners. The owner of an unusual Tudor cottage in an attractive Louisville neighborhood, the client approached One World Architecture when seeking a renovation and addition. Although pleased with the...

  A new client recently expressed happy surprise with the many detailed questions we asked them during our discovery process for their new house design. They were excited by the questions we posed to encourage thoughtful dialogue about their project. They explained that a previous designer...

One World Architecture has designed a prototype house intended to provide a base plan for sustainable living in an urban context with affordability, flexibility, and good design as the primary criteria.  The house is intended to fill a void in the current housing market that...