Meghan Drueding is a Senior Editor in the ARCHITECT Group at Hanley Wood. She primarily covers residential design for Residential Architect and ECOHOME magazines. Meghan grew up in Wayne, Pa., and earned a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from Dartmouth College in 1997. She is drawn to thoughtful, well-crafted spaces that balance beauty and functionality. Along with architecture, her areas of interest include green building, furniture design, urban planning, landscape, and interiors. Meghan holds accreditation as a LEED Green Associate with the U.S. Green Building Council, and is a three-time finalist for American Business Media’s Jesse H. Neal Awards. She has also won many journalism awards from FOLIO: magazine, the American Society of Business Publication Editors, and the National Association of Real Estate Editors. She lives with her husband in Washington, D.C.
The newest addition to Vitra's famous campus is a tiny prototype from an architect known for very large projects.
A look at modern residential design on the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada.
AIA's Custom Residential Architects Network will hold its annual event in Santa Fe, N.M.
A Connecticut firm charts a course toward sculptural modern design.
Options abound for residential architects at AIA National in Denver this month.
Design creates opportunities for social interaction at this affordable housing project by David Baker + Partners.
Using a few creative moves, Fougeron Architecture reimagines the rowhouse.
Richard Williams Architects preserves an iconic 1975 Hugh Newell Jacobsen house.
A meticulous restoration of a Beaux-Arts jewel.
RA's Project of the Year combines studio housing for formerly homeless residents, a day center, and a 90-bed shelter.
Reclaimed wood and glass bottles make up a 213-square-foot outbuilding.
Designer and author Marianne Cusato spoke recently at the National Building Museum.
Architects are warming up to burned wood siding.
Now on view in Washington, D.C., a tribute to a Swedish Modern trailblazer.
Just in time for Earth Day, Rizzoli has released The Solar House: Pioneering Sustainable Design, by Anthony Denzer.
Hofmann Architecture has restored five vintage Airstream trailers, now available for nightly rental in Santa Barbara, Calif.
Designing homes and buildings with multi-sensory appeal.
RA asked a handful of readers where the best international residential design is taking place. Here are their responses.
A Maine-based architectural photographer's selection of culturally signficant images.
At Pratt Institute, a look at prefab housing systems from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.
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