July 2011 Table of Contents

From the Editor
Feud Between Architects and Their Unlicensed Competition ContinuesFeud Between Architects and Their Unlicensed Competition Continues

No debate in the profession has raged louder or longer than licensed architects versus designers. Read more

Home Front
Book Review: Tom Kundig: Houses 2home front Book Review: Tom Kundig: Houses 2

Tom Kundig's second monograph confirms his place among residential architecture's leading lights. Read more

New Books on ArchitectureNew Books on Architecture

If you're in the market for a few new books, try tracking down the following architectural titles. Read more

Book Review: The Invisible Element of Place: The Architecture of David SalmelaBook Review: The Invisible Element of Place: The Architecture of David Salmela

Written by author and educator Thomas Fisher, this is the rare monograph in which words carry just as much impact as photographs. Read more

AIArchitect
Meghan Kell Cornell, AIAAIAVoices Meghan Kell Cornell, AIA

"Modern" and "livable" do not have to be mutually exclusive terms. Read more

Exception to the RuleAIADesign Exception to the Rule

Joel Sanders Architect draws from the land for hillside housing in Seoul. Read more

Growing RootsAIAPerspective Growing Roots

The future for practice may be brightest downtown. Read more

Green Piece
Mountain SoloGreen Piece Mountain Solo

An off-grid mountain cabin celebrates independence in style. Read more

K+B Studio
Peaks View Residence Kitchen, Wilson, Wyo.k&b studio: Kitchen Peaks View Residence Kitchen, Wilson, Wyo.

This Wyoming kitchen opens to a large great room space--and even larger views--while keeping the business of cooking discreetly under wraps. Read more

Products
Culinarian Series by Capital CookingCulinarian Series by Capital Cooking

The Culinarian Series range tops back seamless style with 23,000 BTUs of flame power evenly distributed through the burner ports. Read more

Eclissi by &'CostaK+B Studio: Products Eclissi by &'Costa

A stainless steel mesh shade hangs from adjustable suspension cables in the Eclissi line’s simplest ceiling lamp. Read more

Practice
Is it time to regulate residential design?practice Is it time to regulate residential design?

The debate of architect vs. designer has taken on new fervor in this cutthroat economy. Read more

Architects' Choice
2011 Architects' Choicearchitects' choice 2011 Architects' Choice

Our experts pick their favorite plain and fancy products. Read more

Zero Energy DesignZero Energy Design

Stephanie Horowitz shares her favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

workshop/apdworkshop/apd

Andrew D. Kotchen and Matthew D. Berman pick their favorite budget and high-end products. Read more

Trachtenberg ArchitectsTrachtenberg Architects

David Trachtenberg picks his favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Studio 27 ArchitectureStudio 27 Architecture

John Kevin Burke and Todd Ray pick their favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Studio Dwell ArchitectsStudio Dwell Architects

Mark Peters picks his favorite low-cost and luxury products. Read more

Studio D'Arc ArchitectsStudio D'Arc Architects

Gerard Damiani and Debbie Battistone pick their favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Mowery Marsh ArchitectsMowery Marsh Architects

Jennifer Marsh picks her favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Mark Brand ArchitectureMark Brand Architecture

Mark Brand picks his favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Jose Garcia DesignJose Garcia Design

Jose Garcia picks his favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Interface Studio ArchitectsInterface Studio Architects

Brian Phillips picks his favorite low-cost and high-end products. Read more

Shelter Lab
A sheer twist on infill housing in San AntonioShelter Lab A sheer twist on infill housing in San Antonio

A perforated aluminum wrapper elevates a San Antonio project. Read more

Workspace
Estes/Twombly's Modern Office Space in Newport, R.I.workspace Estes/Twombly's Modern Office Space in Newport, R.I.

Estes/Twomby Architects' Newport, R.I., office occupies a 1933 church building. Read more

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