Back To Nature

Back to Nature

“The addition worships light and brings it into the home. The owners can sit here on a winters day and feel like they’re outside.”—Jim Rill

Home and Design

Baby Boomers Enhance the Empty Nest

“I don’t want to move, I like our home’s proximity to grocery, shopping and Metro. So we decided to upsize.”—the Homeowner

The Washington Post
On the Waterfront

On the Waterfront

“The deck railing consists of horizontal steel wires like those on a sailboat, adding to the nautical feel and providing an unobstructed view.”—Jim Rill

Bethesda Magazine
English—Garden Style

English—Garden Style

“We took this beautiful garden and created ways to experience it.”—Jim Rill

Home and Design
It's Easier to Be Green

In Home Design, It’s Easier to be Green

“Green building products are also becoming much more accessible and affordable in the long run.”—Jim Rill

Washingtonian Magazine
Retreat in the Woods

Rill Architects’ Retreat in the Woods

“Simple forms and natural materials were key to the design of this home.”—Jim Rill

Home Decor Trends

Home Decor Trends 2013

“In the past traditional architecture has been the go-to design of choice. Now clients are comfortable with contemporary design, not only with interior layout, but also the exterior.”—Rill Architects Team

The Almanac: Home Life Style
The Power of Light

The Power of Light

“The clients wanted a house that had a presence, but not an ostentatious presence, more of a subtle elegance.”—Rill Architects Team

The Potomac Almanac
History As a Backdrop

History is a Backdrop

“The owners wanted to retain the sense of history associated with the land.”—Jim Rill

Trends: Top 50 New Homes