2005 RADA

  • pacific palisades residence, pacific palisades, calif.

    Just about every design decision architect Ivo Venkov made on this project—the home (and office) he shares with his wife and fellow architect, Rossi Venkov—related back to the site, a steep hillside overlooking the Pacific.

     
  • chicken point cabin, northern idaho

    The owners of this weekend retreat asked for a little cabin that opens to its natural surroundings.

     
  • contemporaine, chicago

    Not since the glory days of Modernism have high design and high-rise housing often coexisted. Most residential skyscrapers experience so much value-engineering, even the best architects struggle to give them a bit of character.

     
  • residential architect design awards

    the sixth annual residential architect design awards received nearly 850 entries in 14 categories. The jury comprised six distinguished architects, including Laura Hartman, Fernau & Hartman Architects, Berkeley, Calif.; William P. Lecky, AIA, The Lessard

     
  • ramapo college dormitory, mahwah, n.j.

    The jury commended this dormitory building for its “beautiful integration into the hillside and rugged terrain.”

     
  • clifton hall student housing, california college of the arts, oakland, calif.

    This nifty little dormitory had to please a roll call of constituencies. (Or, as architect Mark Horton tactfully offers, “it had to moderate a number of different conditions.”)

     
  • farmhouse, virginia

    The owners of this rural Virginia farmhouse, parts of which date back to the 1750s, wanted what so many modern families want: larger rooms that make better sense.

     
  • dog team too, san antonio

    Leave it to Lake/Flato Architects to transform a pair of old warehouses into a gracious home and studio.

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
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