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  • Dowling Kimm Studios gives a classic mid-century California house a makeover

    Tiburon House's face-lift includes a cool roof and offers expansive San Francisco Bay views via aluminum-frame sliding glass doors.

  • Merge Architects' Penn Street Lofts Bring High-Style Urban Living Within Reach

    Built at a cost of only $100 per square foot, this urban infill project replaced a dilapidated industrial building with appealing and affordable condominiums.

  • Division1 Architects Designs a Modern Condo Building in Washington, D.C.

    The Lacey condos continue the progressive spirit of a historic Washington, D.C., neighborhood.

  • 1615 N. Wolcott's Design Team Captures the Essence of Early Chicago School Architecture

    The Miller|Hull Partnership teams with local firm Osterhaus McCarthy to fulfill developer's vision for a Chicago School-inspired glass-and-steel condo building in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood.

  • terra firma

    Bill Mackey, RA, and his wife, Rachel Yaseen, are true urbanists. The Tucson, Ariz., residents don't own a car, preferring instead to walk or to get around on bicycles or via a golf cart—which, apparently, is street-legal there.

  • garden variety

    For Andrew Curtis, LEED AP, and Sophie Robitaille, RLA, ASLA, a Philadelphia renovation was the ultimate test of their relationship. The husband-and-wife team weren't married at the time, and this was their first collaborative project for a client.

  • internal logic

    “The only lots left to build on in San Francisco are these impossible lots that nobody can build on,” says architect Craig Steely. Well, almost nobody.

  • suburban renewal

    Before choosing a single material or product for his own house in Redondo Beach, Calif., designer Robert Sweet was well on his way to creating a sustainable dwelling.

  • stone unturned

    Candid Rogers, AIA, fell in love with a two-room stone house built in 1873. When the architect decided to renovate the tiny structure as his own home, he honored its intimate feel with a similarly compact 960-square-foot addition.

  • the lady revived

    The Victorian terrace house is a common typology in Melbourne, Australia.