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  • Knoell & Quidort Architects

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    Al Payne

    Hugh Knoell, AIA, LEED AP, of Knoell & Quidort Architects presented several of the firm’s projects, including the Circle HH residence in Tempe, Ariz.

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    Al Payne

    Built around a courtyard, the Circle HH residence uses covered walkways for shade from the Arizona sun.

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    Al Payne

    The Circle HH residence’s living spaces flow unimpeded from indoors to outdoors.

  • Duo Dickinson, AIA

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    Mick Hales

    Duo Dickinson, AIA, has been using stainless steel for exposed structural connections, architectural accents, and cabinet hardware.

  • Duo Dickinson, AIA

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    Mick Hales

    A simple stainless steel cap dresses up a painted wood newel post.

  • Duo Dickinson, AIA

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    Duo Dickinson

    Steel drawer and door pulls.

  • Dennis Wedlick, AIA

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    Peter Aaron

    Dennis Wedlick, AIA, traced the genesis of his firm’s Hudson Passive House, located in New York’s Hudson Valley, to conversations he had with colleagues at Reinvention 2008.

  • Dennis Wedlick, AIA

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    Peter Aaron

    The Hudson Passive House interior.

  • Dennis Wedlick, AIA

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    Peter Aaron

    The Hudson Passive House loft.

  • Rodwin Architecture

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    Rodwin Architecture

    Scott Rodwin, AIA, LEED AP presented his firm’s recently completed, LEED Platinum-certified Edge House.

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    Rodwin Architecture

    A large skylight illuminates Edge House’s central stair.

  • Rodwin Architecture

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    Rodwin Architecture

    The Edge House kitchen.

  • Furman + Keil Architects

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    Whit Preston

    Gary Furman, FAIA, LEED AP, and Philip Keil, AIA, of Furman + Keil Architects presented Flaming Goat Ranch, a recently completed residence in Dripping Springs, Texas.

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    Whit Preston

    Broad, low pitched roofs shade the open-air living spaces that surround the living room.

  • Furman + Keil Architects

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    Whit Preston

    A wood-lined window seat turns a corridor into a living space.

  • Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker

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    Tony Soluri Photography

    Stuart Cohen, FAIA, and Julie Hacker, AIA, shared their firm’s Arts and Crafts House in Evanston, Ill., which they described as a contemporary application of traditional architectural forms.

  • Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker

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    Tony Soluri Photography

    The fir-paneled entry hall of the Arts and Crafts House

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    Tony Soluri Photography

    A view into the Arts and Crafts House dining room.

  • Jauregui Architecture Interiors Construction

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    Piston Design

    Luis Jauregui, AIA, presented several of his firms design/build projects, including this Santa Barbara style house in Lake Conroe, Texas.

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    Piston Design

    The Lake Conroe house interior.

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    Piston Design

    The custom front door and surround of a Luis Jauregui house in Austin, Texas.

  • Black Shack Architects

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    Greg Watts

    Glenn Rappaport of Black Shack Architects presented a mix of projects that included a boathouse, two custom homes, an art studio, a live-work multi-family development, and the Mid-Valley Moto Shelter (pictured here).

  • Black Shack Architects

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    Greg Watts

    Located in El Jebel, Colo., the Mid-Valley Moto Shelter was designed for a family of motocross enthusiasts.

  • Black Shack Architects

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    Greg Watts

    The project shelters a translucent shed and gathering space under a wing-like roof.

The final day of Reinvention 2011 kicked off with a participatory event during which conference attendees shared selections from their own portfolios. More than a dozen firms presented their work on a large projection screen in fast-paced five-minute guided tours. The accompanying slideshow presents some highlights from the session.

 

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