The Lawrenceville home of Andrew Moss, president of mossArchitects
, and Michelle Yanefski, an electrical engineer, is featured in the July/August issue of Dwell
Moss says he and his wife Yanefski sent Dwell images of the home some time ago. They are being featured in the magazine for their “budget driven,” “modern” home.
Moss and Yanefski designed the space together.
“We worked to have a modern home,” Moss says. He adds that it is a unique experience to design a house based on one’s own lifestyle. “It’s a great opportunity to design your own home.”
He explains that the materials used to build the home were distinct and reminiscent of Pittsburgh’s industrial past — for example, the house’s metal siding. Another noteworthy aspect of the Lawrenceville abode is how it’s sited, according to Moss. The house is not part of a series of row houses, like much of the neighborhood.
“It’s an honor,” Moss says about being featured in Dwell. “I also think it’s a great thing for Pittsburgh.”
In conjunction with Moss’s mention, Dwell is running a Pittsburgh City Guide
online with tips from Moss. Butler Street businesses Cure
and Who New?
in Lawrenceville are on the list alongside Pittsburgh institutions such as the Andy Warhol Museum.
, Andrew Moss