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Hutchison & Maul Architecture
This small 2-story art studio replaces an even smaller, uninsulated, structurally unsound, rat-infested 2-car garage.
In a time of rising land prices and energy costs, these three townhomes fit on what was an underutilized single family home lot in western edge of Boulder.
Paul F. Hirzel
At the end of a single lane road cut into a hillside, on a dry west-facing slope near Juliaetta, Idaho, the owners wanted to restore a pioneer vineyard (the first known vineyard in the canyon).
Green Greenberg Green House
NEW THEME INC
The design for this two-story house emerged from the site constraints, program and view.
ART[house] at its core attempts to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior environments, while creating a sophisticated canvas in which the owner can display their extensive art collection.
Studio for Two Artists
Safdie Rabines Architects
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
Carney Logan Burke Architects
The client – a couple with two young children relocating from New York City – wanted a contemporary home but were limited by strict covenants and restrictions imposed by their Homeowner’s association.
Lake Tahoe Residence
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Located on the eastern side of Lake Tahoe, this residence was designed as a gathering place for an extended family of four adult sisters and their parents.
Sunshine Canyon House
Renée Del Gaudio Architecture
Up until a few years ago, this 4.5-acre property located in a rocky canyon five miles above Boulder, Colorado, was a dense forest of pine and fir trees...
John Maniscalco Architecture
This single family residence on a long and narrow up-sloping lot presents the common challenges on a light-starved San Francisco lot.
Rappahannock Bend Summer House
Five years after renovating their historic country house, our clients asked us to add a new pool/guest house on the site of their existing pool.
5,250 square foot home on Mercer Island, WA.
1232 Sunset Plaza
this Hagy Belzberg-designed compound estate is to enter a secluded, resort-like sanctuary where three distinct structures – a Main Residence, Wellness Center and Guest House – summon you forward.
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
The Garcia site is a steep north-facing slope in the foothills of the Tucson Mountains with commanding views of city lights and the surrounding mountains.
Perched on a narrow site overlooking the Potomac River, this home was designed to replace a plain, ordinary rancher that was destroyed by fire.