2006 Residential Architect Design Awards

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2006 residential architect design awards

How do you add or replace housing where it's needed, with sturdy construction, pleasing architecture, and, most important, day-to-day livability? This question was foremost in our jurors' consciousness as they embraced three projects for Project of the Ye Read more

eastern market row house, washington, d.c.
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eastern market row house, washington, d.c.

The glass volume in this Washington, D.C., row house immediately calls to mind the... Read more

low-country screens, charleston, s.c.
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low-country screens, charleston, s.c.

Having lived through Hurricane Hugo, this Charleston, S.C., homeowner wanted to... Read more

cooper square, new york city
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cooper square, new york city

The judges praised the way the architects of this loft residence preserved parts... Read more

octavia arts, san francisco
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octavia arts, san francisco

The judges remarked on the clear presentation, ambitious goals, and contextual... Read more

mccoy bathroom, alexandria, va.
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mccoy bathroom, alexandria, va.

Clint Larkan, Associate AIA, is a longtime fan of folded planes, and it shows in... Read more

commonage kitchen, great falls, va.
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commonage kitchen, great falls, va.

After two days of tough choices, the jury unanimously cheered for this “perfectly... Read more

canyon view office/guesthouse, los angeles
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canyon view office/guesthouse, los angeles

Few people enjoy sitting in traffic, especially in smog-ridden Los Angeles, yet... Read more

overton retreat pavilion, mcminnville, tenn.
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overton retreat pavilion, mcminnville, tenn.

Chip Webster couldn’t stifle his inner geek. Read more

modern speakeasy, lawrence, kan.
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modern speakeasy, lawrence, kan.

Dan Rockhill may be the only architect in the country who's designed a home... Read more

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