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  • what plays in peoria

    I admit it, I am powerless against my addiction to television house shows.

  • finding felder weeks

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  • A Match Made With Haven

    When design is given precedence, modular construction's benefits translate easily to custom building.

  • Special Summit: Strategies in Sustainable Design

    Green is good, but can green design be the same? The architects on the panel of Reinvention's special summit "Strategies in Sustainable Design" proved that sustainable design doesn't have to look 'green' (read: funky, weird, or just plain bad). In fact, f

  • the question of style

    Matching up aesthetic ideals between client and architect has never been easier, thanks to Google. By checking out a firm's Web site, clients can tell at a glance whether they're on the same wavelength-and if not, no harm done. Homeowners have their pick of architects who are well-versed in their...

  • a passion for craft

    Anne Fougeron, AIA, is the kind of architect who follows her endless enthusiasm for design, and it has taken her to far-flung places. “The Pantheon is one of my favorite buildings,” she says. “I had to stop breathing when I saw it for the first time.” A v

  • evaluating value

    Here at ra, we've long known the secret of the high-design, low-cost house: it belongs to an architect.

  • beyond summer

    It's just possible that Harry Bates and Paul Masi, AIA, hold the record for architectural partners with the biggest age difference between them. Bates, 79, was designing houses two decades before Masi was even born. During Bates' years of architecture sch

  • design zeitgeists

    It's the cliché heard round the world: We Americans love our SUVs, our monster houses, and our super-sized meals. Current housing statistics do back up the general notion that homes in the United States are larger than ever before. According to the Nation