Other stories by residential architect staff

  • Land+Living

    Dedicated to modern lifestyle and design, Land+Living believes the connection people have with the environment in which they live, both indoors and out, is of utmost importance.

  • The Not So Big House

    The Not So Big House, by Sarah Susanka, brings to light a new way of thinking about what makes a place feel like home--characteristics that many people desire of their homes but haven't known how to verbalize.

  • Material ConneXion

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  • the construction zone

    Andy Byrnes put himself through architecture school by building houses, and he enjoyed every minute of it. When he moved to Phoenix after graduation, his priorities were to get his contractor's license and track adown fellow Tulane alumnus Richard Fairbourn.

  • hover craft

    Three young architects with a passion for craftsmanship launched their new design/ build firm and this 6,000-square-foot interiors project nearly simultaneously.

  • cabin on a pond, eastbrook, maine

    Alan Weiskopf, AIA, and Kevin Wagstaff, AIA, spend most of their working time on large-scale institutional, commercial, and multifamily projects.

  • private wine silo, teton county, wyo.

    Because of a high-water table in the Snake River flood plain, Carney Architects designed this nifty little 300-square-foot wine storage room as a silo instead of a conventional cellar.

  • cannery lofts, newport beach, calif.

    The Cannery Lofts live/work buildings delicately balance their light industrial location with pedestrian-friendly courtyards and street scenes.

  • skybridge, chicago

    Most architects would play it safe when venturing into the for-sale housing market for the first time. Not Perkins+Will.

  • house in the blue mountains, eastern pa.

    This calm, primal dwelling was Bohlin Cywinski Jackson's response to a remarkable landscape, a forest and field overlooking a preserve for migratory eagles and hawks.