More stories about Charleston-North Charleston, SC

  • Working on a Modern Masterwork

    Connecticut's taste in residential architecture runs the gamut from grand to discreet, from old world to modern times. Here Joeb Moore is building a practice that embraces the contradictions and explores the tension between these seemingly opposing forces

  • Considering Context: The New House

    The panelists for this session discussed how they incorporate the context of landscape, climate, clients, culture, and history when designing a new house.

  • Speakers at Reinvention 2007

    Reinvention 2007 examines the ways you can learn from the past while still advancing the profession and the art of residential design.

  • reinvention recalled

    At ra's winter Reinvention Symposium, held in San Diego, we dipped into some of the entrepreneurial endeavors architects are plumbing: design/build, development, landscape design, product design, and more.

  • Announcing the Winners of RADA 2008!

    The ninth annual residential architect Design Awards received more than 1,300 entries in 15 categories. Just 36 projects were singled out for accolades, making RADA the most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The jury comprised six distinguished architects...

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

    Having lived through Hurricane Hugo, this Charleston, S.C., homeowner wanted to make sure his new house could survive anything future hurricanes could throw at it.

  • Picard/Samsel Residence, Dewees Island, S.C.

    Designing a residence for tiny Dewees Island, near Charleston, S.C., has presented architect Whitney Powers with a host of challenges.