‘House of the Week,’ Opens for Sunday

The Washington Post’s Kathy Orton featured our renovation and expansion of a Charles Goodman-designed home in Virginia as the paper’s “House of the Week.” Read about Michael Cook’s design concept for the house. I will be holding an Open House at the property this Sunday from 1-4 pm. In addition to our listing, here are […]

Post Story Focuses on Renovating MCM Homes

I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. In case you missed  this while away, the Washington Post’s Real Estate section ran a piece by Deborah Dietsch about renovating mid-century modern homes. She covers the gamut from a smaller DIY Goodman renovation to the work architect Michael Cook is doing for his clients and in our […]

Inside Look: Our Goodman Renovation in Hammond Wood

Here the latest on our renovation with architect Michael Cook of a two-level Charles Goodman-designed mid-century modern in Hammond Wood. When we purchased the house, it  was a 3 bed/2 bath with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath on the top level and one bedroom and one bath on the bottom level. While we are keeping […]

Update: Our Goodman Renovation in Virginia

Here are some recent pictures from our renovation of the Charles Goodman-designed home architect Michael Cook and I found in Lincolnia Park. It is sited on a private .6 acre inside the Beltway and just west of 395. Below are a couple of shots of how it  looked when we purchased it in November. This […]

DWR Event: Hollin Hills and the Lasting Influence of Charles Goodman

With the biennial Hollin Hills House and Garden Tour just a few weeks away, the DWR Georgetown Studio will be hosting a panel discussion from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 12. The panel, which I will be moderating, will explore the groundbreaking neighborhood and architect Charles Goodman’s influence on mid-century modern residential architecture. The panel will include two […]