Launch Slideshow

john v. mutlow

john v. mutlow

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    Michael D. Arden

    Mutlow’s sophisticated color choices bring energy to the affordable housing communities Fiesta House in Reseda, Calif., and Cleveland Villa in Los Angeles.

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    Michael D. Arden

    Creating high design with low-budget materials is Mutlow's specialty. At Villa Flores, an affordable project in Los Angeles, a simple metal rooftop grid hides unsightly mechanical equipment.

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    Michael D. Arden

    Creating high design with low-budget materials is Mutlow's specialty. At Villa Flores, an affordable project in Los Angeles, a simple metal rooftop grid hides unsightly mechanical equipment.

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    Michael D. Arden

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    Michael D. Arden

    Mutlow’s sophisticated color choices bring energy to the affordable housing communities Fiesta House in Reseda, Calif., and Cleveland Villa in Los Angeles.

“I hope to pass on information or knowledge to a new, younger generation of architects and get them interested in social housing.”

 

10 architects making a difference

  • kelly denk and john vetter

    Vetter Denk Architects has taken the post-industrial town of Green Bay, Wis., by storm. Block upon block of prime waterfront footage, a marvelous working river—“urban theater like you wouldn't believe,” says John Vetter, AIA—and the city had turned its back on it.

     
  • marianne cusato

    It's fast, dignified, affordable, and flexible. It's the Katrina Cottage, Marianne Cusato's nifty alternative to the ugly FEMA trailers that were handed out after Hurricane Katrina.

     
  • andrés duany

    Two months after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita flattened huge swathes of the Gulf Coast last summer, a flotilla of Congress for the New Urbanism members descended on Mississippi to design a way out of the devastation.