Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA

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Practice: The Great Exchange

In the right environment, architects can do better wotk together than by themselves. More

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Architects' Choice: Knowles Blunck Architecture

Kirk Blunck selects his favorite residential products and shares his wish list. More

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Case Study: Kohout Residence Bathweaetxdyvaydzcwq

A modern master bath frames a prairie view. More

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ARTifacts

Omaha, Neb. / Randy Brown Architects More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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With Women in Mind: Tailoring the Customer Experience for Female Clients

Communicating design ideas to female clients using the Woman-Centric Matters program to better understand what women want from their home remodel. More

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Reinvention 2010 Panel: The Case for Art in Architecture—Even Now

Celebrated residential architects celebrate art in architecture. More

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Rising Star: Min | Day

Firm partners Jeffrey L. Day and E.B. Min make every site specific. More

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Elm, Hidden Creek, Neb.

Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED AP, is opposed to the typical suburban production home, so he designed the Elm model of the Hidden Creek 12-unit project to fly in the face of convention. More

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modular: crabapple, omaha, neb.

The judges marveled at the craftsmanship of the Crabapple model at Hidden Creek, a community of 12 modern houses in Omaha, Neb. "It's interesting that we're talking about craft relating to production technologies," mused one. More

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