For two condominium dwellers, finding this three-story row house on D.C.’s historic Logan Circle felt like fate. It was one of the few single-family houses that had not been split up into
Washington, D.C., is well known for its building height restrictions. They are largely responsible for both the good and bad in its commercial and multifamily residential architecture. Buildings bulk up to make
Formerly known as the neighborhood party house, this rambling cottage’s classic proportions had been muddled by additions over the years. The ad hoc appendages felt especially unfortunate given the extraordinary natural setting.
Artists have been known to revisit canvases again and again, each time with a new vision of what it could become. Somehow, they feel, the work is never quite finished. There’s always