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    The Debris series is largely made from baghouse dust, granite dust, and spent abrasives.

  • Merit Award: Labron Residence, Dallas

    A modern take on a treehouse, this home's second-level great room, window walls, and balconies keep residents connected to lush outdoor space.

  • Merit Award: Key Peninsula, Gig Harbor, Wash.

    Sustainbly built waterfront home connects residents to the outdoors while retaining some inspirations--and materials--from the cabin it replaced.

  • north beach malt house, san francisco

    In a previous life, the North Beach Malt House was home to several family-owned brewing companies. Today, the renovated building is the anchor of a four-building condo project that blends both old and new aesthetics.

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    Bio-Luminum tiles are made from 100 percent aircraft aluminum alloy.

  • old kentucky-honed

    Bourbon Boards specializes in salvaged building products from decommissioned commercial structures.

  • decades of domestic space

    In the course of his work, renovation contractor and emerging artist Reece Terris of Vancouver, B.C.-based Terris Lightfoot Contracting removes and dumps tons of building materials. Some of the fixtures and fittings removed from his residential renovation projects are in good condition and...

  • something old, something new

    Architect Griz Dwight, AIA, was doing an adaptive reuse project in the Washington, D.C., area when he came upon a brick wall that had been covered over with a thick layer of plaster.

  • the assembly building at clipper mill, baltimore

    So many urban loft conversions all but obliterate the building's sense of history. This one celebrates it as a ruin, rough edges and all.

  • dog team too, san antonio

    Leave it to Lake/Flato Architects to transform a pair of old warehouses into a gracious home and studio.