Boutique beacon

By R.J. Weick In 1893, Chicago dazzled the world with its display of architecture, industry, and innovation. It was the year in which the White City received its moniker as neoclassical-inspired buildings were meticulously constructed and designed for the World’s...Read More

Composition artistry

By R.J. Weick "Buick has a sense of well-being,” said Christopher Hilts, design director for Buick Interiors at General Motors. “What really compels me is this composition of artistry. There is sculptural beauty in every aspect of the Buick interiors.”...Read More

Sounds like music

By R.J. Weick In South Detroit, where the notes of musical, architectural, and design history come together, there is a multi-disciplinary interiors studio of passionate artisans and visionaries immersed in the grit and glam that have come to define its...Read More

Regal renaissance

By R.J. Weick The Hilton Chicago’s storied corridors have echoed with the footsteps of the most influential since the day the luxury hotel first opened its doors in 1927 as the Stevens Hotel. It is a historical and architectural marvel that...Read More

Michael H. Pattullo, AIA

President | Shoreline Architecture & Design Petoskey, Michigan Michael H. Pattullo, AIA, president at Shoreline Architecture & Design Inc., has an affinity for the problem-solving portion of a project where building programs or design solutions meet specific parameters and are...Read More

Oyster Pointe

From the more than 280-foot-waterfront vantage point, this craftsman-inspired estate is a composition of bold columns, stonework, wood, and glass set among the gated community of Oyster Pointe in Lake Charlevoix. The home, which was initially constructed in 2006, is...Read More