Studio IQL exceeds the everyday by prioritizing their clients’ individuality and passions, incorporating each with our team of skilled designers, artists, and interior decorators emboldened by big ideas. The right team of architects and engineers can translate your personal vision into a reality.

Whether remodeling or restoring, overhauling or optimizing, kitchens to bedrooms to character—these are not homes you inhabit. This is where you live.

Curated Home Complete Renovation

Curated Home

This abandoned property was purchased and entirely restored by Studio IQL. At the end of the complete renovation, each room was furnished with pieces by all of our favorite local artists, fabricators, and collectors.

Cresheim Gate House Front Yard

Cresheim Gate House

A busy New York art collector purchased this house as a weekend retreat.  The home needed to be completely updated and had no fireplace. A complete gourmet kitchen was designed

Hawthorne Front

Hawthorne Park Residence

This traditional Philadelphia row home had sat undeveloped for over twenty years before it went through a complete renovation. The owners, who are passionate city dwellers with three young children,

Living Room

Evergreen Residence

“The complicated road to simplicity” This quote, painted on a small wooden sign, was a gift to the studio from Matt and Janet Stern when they completed their eight-year quest

Ceramic Plates

Garnet Street

Hired by investors, Studio IQL was responsible for the design, gut, and construction management of this charming South Philadelphia row home. It sold immediately after being featured on Curbed Philadelphia


Hermit Street

Built in 1949 by the Italian Architect, Arthur Tofani, the Hermit Street house is a rare and complete mid-century modern treasure. The original kitchen and bathrooms, although charming, were no

Dining room & Living Room

Sartain Street

A family with young children converted a space over their garage into a small studio apartment for extended family visits. Built in elements are used to divide the space, creating


The Rectory

The Rectory on Indian Queen Lane was purchased after it had been abandoned for many years.  For the previous 100 years, before its demise, it functioned as the rectory for