With its classic symmetry and three rear gables, this 8,000-square-foot English home evokes Long Island’s North Shore.
As the founder of Coastal Living magazine and the mastermind behind the first 20 HGTV Dream Homes, Jack Thomasson has helped form the tastes and wants of homeowners for decades. For his own house in Roswell, he made it personal. “Of every dream house I’ve done, I’m most proud of this,” Jack says.
This English manor house's gabled stucco facade, slate roof, parapet walls, and antique chimney caps all hearken to another era.
Amanda and Mark Kresch and their children—six-year-old Mina and four-year-old Adreain—can step out the door of their condo and easily walk to the High Museum, the Piedmont Park farmers market, and any destination along the BeltLine.
During a season of sheltering at home, four photographers turned the lens on their own outdoor spaces and shared the ways they enjoy them.
MA’s annual Design Is Human event, now in its ninth year, included a two-day tour of outstanding contemporary spaces throughout the city. We talked with a few of the tour’s featured architects to get their perspective on modern design and our evolving hometown.
Design plans can be stalled by indecision, but that wasn’t an issue for Jessica and Trip Taylor. Because their Cumming house was new construction and almost everything in it was custom, this project involved more selections than most. But Interior designer Stephanie Williamson had no issue finalizing ideas with the Taylors.
Complete with four koi ponds, two teahouses, a sculpture garden, and a meditation room, a North Atlanta house named Yo Shin So (“a sunny place in the woods”) is an authentic slice of the Japanese countryside.
This Morningside Tudor was carefully renovated by Norman Askins to include modern luxuries.