Residential Architect Leadership Awards

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Hall of Fame: George Suyama Hall of Fame: George Suyama

Since opening his firm in 1971, George Suyama has become known for tranquil houses that blend seamlessly with nature and the land. Read more

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Top Residential Firm: Craig Steely Architecture Top Residential Firm: Craig Steely Architecture

The top firm in this year's Leadership Awards is Craig Steely's San Francisco- and Hawaii-based practice. Read more

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Rising Star: Tonic Design | Tonic Construction Rising Star: Tonic Design | Tonic Construction

This Raleigh, N.C.-based firm, made up of the husband-and-wife team of Vincent Petrarca and Katherine Hogan doesn't have a singular style, but does have a distinctive vision. Read more

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Top Firm: Johnsen Schmaling Architects Top Firm: Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Milwaukee-based Johnsen Schmaling Architects wins our Top Firm award. Read more

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Rising Star: Studio Dwell Architects Rising Star: Studio Dwell Architects

A Chicago firm finds beauty in restraint. Read more

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Hall of Fame: David Dixon, FAIAHall of Fame: David Dixon, FAIA

David Dixon of Goody Clancy nabs our Hall of Fame title for 2012. Read more

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Top Firm: Marlon Blackwell Architect Top Firm: Marlon Blackwell Architect

Marlon Blackwell Architect is taking on new challenges while staying true to its roots as a small, high-design firm. Read more

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Hall of Fame: Will Bruder, AIA Hall of Fame: Will Bruder, AIA

After more than five decades spent steeped in architecture, Will Bruder is one of the profession's truest of true believers. Read more

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Rising Star: Gray Organschi Architecture Rising Star: Gray Organschi Architecture

New Haven, Conn. Read more

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Hall of Fame: Harry Teague, aia Hall of Fame: Harry Teague, aia

Harry Teague earns the Hall of Fame award for his career-long exploration of modernism in the mountain West. Read more

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