More stories about San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos%2C CA

  • freezer panel walkout, eulogy, texas

    Shipley Architects, Dallas. These homeowners, who travel frequently, wanted to see the stars from their bed. Dan Shipley, FAIA, the designer of their existing house, “encouraged them to be a little daring” in how they got their wish.

  • artist bridge studio, san diego

    This studio addition creates an airy, light-filled workspace for an artist client.

  • arkansas house, johnson, ark.

    The owner of this fire-damaged house wanted to restore whatever could be saved, but he also sought a better connection to its verdant surroundings.

  • r3, san diego

    Lloyd Russell, AIA, was thinking of New York City's Flatiron Building when he decided to tackle this weird triangular lot, just 2,000 or so feet from a San Diego International Airport runway and next to one of the city

  • lillian place, san diego

    The cobbled-together site of this affordable family-housing community presented Studio E Architects principal John Sheehan with a difficult task.

  • shervin mixed-use building, jackson, wyo.

    Bob Shervin has been county commissioner and mayor of Jackson, Wyo., so he knows firsthand how desperately the expensive resort area needs affordable housing.

  • loft23, cambridge, mass.

    Strung between two parks, the glass-and-copper Loft23 takes modern urban housing to a new level.

  • the union, san diego

    The taut, well-scaled buildings of this sustainably designed townhouse complex won high praise from the jury.

  • on the boards: skin deep

    While architects Jim Brown, AIA, and Jim Gates specialize in designing buildings, they also enjoy creating and studying public art.

  • rising star: taal safdie and ricardo rabines

    For Southern Californians, Taal Safdie and Ricardo Rabines do quite a bit of walking. The two architects walk 7-year-old Raquel, the youngest of their three children, to her elementary school on weekday mornings.