Lake Michigan Family Cottage
Matrix did a full tear down and rebuild of a beloved cotttage, but duplicated many of the treasured elements in the new design -- so it still feels cozy and familiar to the owners.
New Home for Six
High on a hill, with fantastic views, this new home is a "blessing" for this pastor and her family.
Nothing Short of Amazing
Completely rebuilt this home, adding 2000 square feet.
We took a tiny 2 bedroom, 1 stall garage home on 1/2 acre lot and left very little behind. The final product is a new 4500 square foot home.
Keep the lot, revamp the house
The owners loved their neighborhood, not their house. Solution: They stayed put, and Matrix got busy.
Frank Lloyd ... done right
Set to host a Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit, the Grand Rapids Art Museum commissioned Matrix to prepare
temporary quarters for the famed architect's work.
New contours for a Cape Cod
This home had a hint of character, but not enough bedrooms. Now it has plenty of both.
Update the estate
Stately Georgian architecture made it a great house. Now if only it could have a great room.
A ranch branches out
This ranch grew by 1,000 square feet. But where does the addition start? Only the owners know for sure.
Even Better Homes and Gardens
It's hard to believe this extensive lakeside estate was once featured in Better Homes and Gardens as a cute little cottage.
Often, the best place to expand is right above your head. Here, the central second story houses a new family room.
Out of the ashes
First an A-frame then a fire. Now? A 3,600-square-foot stunner that sits on the foundation of its predecessor.