It all begins at home ... Shaker Life takes an up-close look at three modern homes designed by noted architects.
Ron Reed and Vince Leskosky are not simply carrying the evolution of Shaker Heights residential architecture into the 21st Century, but helping redefine how we use the space in our homes.
The late architect Don Hisaka's most enduring legacy in these parts is the 1968 house he designed and built in Shaker for his family.
Imagine a compact house where everything is functional, energy- and water-efficient, and/or recycled.
Inspired design and attention to detail transform a family home into a masterpiece.
Interior designer Denise Dixon’s sensible and affordable approach to decorating is reflected in her own home.
Barton Brunswick renovated his Van Aken condo over two years, and left no nook or cranny untouched.
Members of Vicki and James Elder’s family have been congregating annually at their Moreland home, which the Elders have been renovating with loving care over many years. They are about to cross the finish line.
The long history of the Colston house at Courtland Boulevard and Manchester Road provides a lesson in how the City preserves the character of our neighborhoods.
A renovated garden-to-table kitchen, and lots of teenagers, are the beating heart of this great Shaker home.