May 2, 2018
032: In-progress plans for a guesthouse
033: Custom corten steel gate for a Main Line house in Philadelphia
011: Sunset and ocean reflected in the windows of our house in Sag Harbor. Excited to see the project coming together!
010: Hillsdale, NJ cap cod renovation and addition framing nearing completion
017: Camp-style bathroom perspective for an urban campground conversion in Nantes, France.
045: Cobble Hill Renovation; revised
031: Forest Avenue Restaurant, view from the street
017: Fabrication drawings for a ladder
000: Solving the diagram
042: Banquette and fireplace concept for a coworking space in Ridgewood.
017: Testing out some color options for our urban campground mess hall
006: Renderings for our California Bungalow Renovation complete. Excited to begin construction soon!
032: View from the dining room to the kitchen
017: Telling a story…(with apologies to Wes Anderson)
036: Our application for a new restaurant in Ridgewood sailed through the NYC Landmarks Preservation Committee and the Department of Buildings in record time. Excited for construction to begin!
000: Matthew Rauch invited to New York / Paris program final reviews at Columbia University GSAPP
036: Fully demo’ed, restaurant coming soon.
049: New project in River Vale, NJ. Excited to start work transforming this funky little ranch house!
017: Turning an old oil pit into a rock garden / desert arroyo
024: Prefab office pods
042: Ridgewood coworking space in progress
032: Early sketches for a farmhouse in South Carolina
045: Cobble Hill apartment renovation, study view
017: Tea houses / tree houses
032: Early guest house concept
011: Sag Harbor site work for new pool in progress
036: Flexible private dining room and restaurant expansion
009: Stackhouse I demo complete
043: Jersey City Reno, signed and sealed
032: Site plan concept for a farmhouse in South Carolina
017: Ground floor plan for our urban campground project
045: Notes from a Cobble Hill site visit
042: Coworking axonometric rendering
042: Ridgewood coworking space cafe rendering
032: Diagram for a house on a farm
032: Initial studies for a farmhouse in South Carolina
000: People collage
017: Naval kitchen and bath inspiration
008: Neptune City, NJ renovation and porch addition rendering
010: Hillsdale, NJ cape cod renovation taking shape
Congratulations to Matthew Rauch’s Spring 2018 first year architecture students for finishing a great semester. Check out the work at rauch-arch.tumblr.com!
017: Section perspective through a camping hut designed for an urban campground in Nantes, FR
Research document prepared by Matthew Rauch’s students at the University of Tennessee on the history of workplace architecture. Fantastic work from a great group.
050: The Tardis. Much like the exterior / interior dialectic of the famous Dr. Who spacecraft, the humble exterior of this little Cape Cod belies an interior that contains 7 (!) bedrooms and 8 (!) bathrooms. Our goal for the project is to try to realign the exterior and interior in a way that makes at least a little bit […]
042: Coworking space in progress
031: Interior rendering for a restaurant fitout in Ridgewood, Queens.
042: Ridgewood coworking space; view of great room
032: Farmhouse floor plan in progress…
009: Stackhouse One site visit: Old meets new
017: Bathroom elevation perspective for an urban campground garage conversion in Nantes, FR
032: Farmhouse kitchen and dining room in our home design in Greenwood County, South Carolina
042: Custom collapsible table for a coworking space
024: Early concept version of our prefabricated modular office pods
025: Rauch Architecture PLLC commissioned to develop feasibility study for townhouse renovation in the Bronx, NY
017: Preliminary sketches for an interior garden
017: View from the street for our urban campground project
017: Section through our camping huts in Nantes, FR
024: Interior view of modular offices designed for a personal CNC machine company
017: Making place
032: Guest house, interior view, #wip
032: Under the porch canopy at our guest house project in South Carolina
017: Passenger Pigeon X: Tent structure camping pod version
000: Office pin up
000: Office, 1:00 pm
037: Work beginning on a new historical restoration project in Ridgewood, Queens
018: Weehawken, NJ loft renovation building permit approved. Construction set to begin.
024: Aerial view of potential configurations of modular office pods designed for a personal CNC machine company
040: Early plan sketch for a new home to be built on Lake Keowee in South Carolina.
017: Testing out some color options for our urban campground mess hall
017: Loft floor plan for our urban campground project
033: Permitting drawings for a landscape intervention for a Main Line Philly home.
018: Shower niche detail from our Weehawken Loft Renovation
045: Cobble Hill Renovation; Shaker-style shoe and coat rack in the new entry vestibule
005: Sketches for a new house on Lake Keowee in South Carolina
024: Prefabricated office pods for a personal CNC company
040: Keowee Lake House, study model, view from the lake
009: Gutting the living spaces in this classic Cape Cod to create an open floor plan
033: Developing a site plan concept for a Main Line Philly home
038: Concept collage for a fishing carrelet on the Atlantic near Nantes, France.
033: Site plan update
045: Section render through our Cobble Hill backyard renovation
036: Ridgewood restaurant basement excavation / art installation
000: Matthew Rauch to teach two design studios at the Univesity of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design in Knoxville, TN
017: Camping tents becoming spatial for our project in Nantes, FR
032: Early concept sketch for a House with Three Views, to be built on a 300 acre family farm in South Carolina.
017: Tuning up windows in an old car repair shop
018: Site visit wall drawings
011: Septic permit received for our new residence in Sag Harbor, NY
033: Site work beginning this week for interior and exterior upgrades to a Main Line Philly bungalow
017: Passenger Pigeon X urban camping hut edge detail
032: Early concept rendering for a new home and guest house to be built on a 300-acre farm near Ware Shoals, South Carolina.
000: Matthew Rauch presents recent work at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design
036: Ridgewood landmark drawings
000: Test prints
017: Sketches for a tent
011: Construction set to begin for our new residence in Sag Harbor, NY
017: Transforming the relationship to the street
000: Casting terrazzo tests for a new project on Long Island
038: Carrelet plan and section.
000: Vegetation collage
042: Coworking space in Ridgewood, Queens, #wip
017: Pigeonaire camping huts, section perspective
017: Early concept rendering for our urban campground project in France
042: Coworking banquette schematics in progress
040: Lake house concept sketch, #wip
040: Necker Pointe Lane lakehouse, concept sketch
036: Surveying Ridgewood
024: Plan concept for office pod arrangements for a growing personal CNC company
024: Modular office pods for a personal CNC company, designed to allow maximum flexibility for future growth
010: Stackhouse II second floor plan – doubling the square footage.
036: Ridgewood restaurant materials studies and details, #wip
040: Lake Keowee lake house concept sketch
009: Bergenfield, NJ Cape Cod addition complete
033: Renovation of a Main Line Philly home, View from the street
000: Stamps on stamps
017: More inspiration
Congratulations to Matthew Rauch’s Spring 2018 second year interior architecture students for finishing a great semester. Check out the work at rauch-iarc.tumblr.com!
040: Rauch Architecture PLLC commisioned to design a new custom home on Lake Keowee near Seneca, South Carolina
018: Concept sketch for new work in Nantes, France
046: Ridgewood apartment reno, #wip
000: Sketches for a stair
032: Sketches for a farmhouse
010: Stackhouse II site visit: Doorbell detail
005: Keowee Lake House rendering
040: On site in South Carolina taping out the floor plan for a new custom home build
011: Elevations for our new project in Sag Harbor – window package for pricing
032: Rauch Architecture PLLC commissioned to design a modern farmhouse in South Carolina
042: Coworking space great room
045: Onsite in Cobble Hill for a new apartment renovation and garden redesign
018: In progress plan for our loft renovation in Weehawken
017: Passenger Pigeon X urban campground bathroom perspective
036: Notes from a site survey….Excited to see a new restaurant take over this space in Ridgewood, Queens!
032: Guest house, plan
038: Researching “Pêcheries” or “fishing cabins” for this lovely site along the coast near Nantes, France (photo from the 1960’s). The dark rock towards the back is the proposed site for a new cabin to built in the coming months, pending Coast Guard approval. Excited to see the project take shape!
024: Early diagram study for our new office pod project
040: Bourbon-ing the midnight oil…
036: Cellar level private dining room, study view
042: Ridgewood coworking space custom collapsible table concept
032: South Carolina farmhouse, inspired by the shakers
010: Hillsdale renovation complete. We transformed this post-war Cape Cod in New Jersey by adding a front porch, second story, and garage, more than doubling the square footage. Exciting to see the house ready for move-in!
031: Work beginning for a new restaurant project in Ridgewood, Queens – more details soon!
000: Office, 11:02 am
010: Stainless steel apron sink in our recently completed Hillsdale, NJ renovation.
009: Second floor plan for our renovation in Bergenfield, NJ. Doubling the square footage on this classic Cape Cod!
044: East Village Walkup, building permit approved.
017: Working on a concept collage for our new project in Nantes, FR. More details soon!
017: Dimensioned plans for our camping huts in Nantes, FR
017: Concept collage for our new urban campground project in Nantes, FR
009: Bergenfield, NJ cape cod addition, kitchen and bathroom views
000: Thrilled to have the opportunity to tour a modernist masterpiece, CSH #22 by Pierre Koenig from the Case Study House program. Truly a gem in Los Angeles.
036: Details for a historic preservation and restoration project in Ridgewood, Queens
017: Schematic site plan for our urban campground project
017: Collage plan for a workspace test-fit
048: Notes from a site visit for our new townhouse renovation in Marble Hill, NYC.
017: Developing a prefabricated structural system for Passenger Pigeon X camping huts
017: Exterior view of camping huts for Pigeonaire, coming soon to Nantes, FR. Aluminum exterior version depicted.
003: Penthouse interior detail
024: Modular office pods designed for a growing personal CNC company.
000: Terrazzo slabs
034: Detailing a gate
024: Modular office pods arranged to subdivide space inside a larger warehouse designed for a personal CNC company
000: Office, 4:00 pm
000: Casting slabs
031: Front bar and dining area for a new restaurant in Ridgewood
032: South Carolina Farmhouse, Entry view
000: Office, 11:45 am
040: #organized #file #layers #wip
024: Concept drawing for a modular office pod
018: Details for our loft renovation in Weehawken
033: Creating a new backyard and driveway petanque court for a Main Line home in Bryn Mawr, PA
In the zone…
009: Bergenfield, NJ cape cod addition nearing completion
033: Detailing a rain garden and petanque court for a Main Line Philly home
017: Inspiration 3
024: Studies for a new maker space for a personal CNC company
031: Kitchen and dining room view for a new restaurant in Ridgewood
048: Weekend worksession for a new project. Beyond excited for this one!
009: Texture, color, and shape: Giving new life to this classic cape cod in Bergenfield, NJ
000: Zissou townhouse vibes
009: Excited to see progress on this cape cod renovation and addition in Bergenfield, NJ
017: Pigeonnaire; a new urban campground experience in Nantes, FR, taking over an old car repair shop
017: Creating a minimal ladder stair for our campground project in Nantes, FR
033: Main Line Philly site work; View of the petanque court and pavilion
017: Hut detail sketch
017: Making a plan
033: Conceptual site plan for a Main Line Philly home
017: Chapter I set to commence..
000: Matthew Rauch invited to first and second year final reviews at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design
009: Site visit: view from the street