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