Cunningham + Quill Architects

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Model Behavior Model Behavior

As an integrated design process becomes the norm and energy usage moves up in the priorities of a project, design teams must begin looking at energy early on. Read more

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park hill north condominiums, washington, d.c. park hill north condominiums, washington, d.c.

The success of Ralph Cunningham and Lee Quill's first multifamily project has nothing to do with beginner's luck. "It was a true collaboration," says Quill. The architects not only produced an alluring design within 80-foot-wide-by-90-foot-tall constraints, but respect was thoughtfully paid to the neighbors. Read more

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georgian residence, washington, d.c. georgian residence, washington, d.c.

The jury admired the way this well-executed Georgian clung to its cul-de-sac curve and mitigated a steeply sloped site. They also commended the architects for deftly handling its hefty square footage. Read more

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residential architect design awards 2008

The global spread of good design starts to show itself first in the house, said a juror for our ninth annual residential architect Design Awards. Judging by our collection of winners this year, our future buildings will not disappoint. Read more

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breaking away

Many architecture firms find subtle, creative ways to inject energy into their off-site meetings. Read more

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after hours after hours

An intern who is halfway through the licensing exams, Dan Nicely, Fargo, N.D., is experienced in the dark side of architecture. He graduated in 1998 and soon found his way to an architecture firm that does primarily retail work. Read more

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d.c. residence, washington, d.c. d.c. residence, washington, d.c.

Unlike politics, architecture has second acts. This original kitchen was outdated, extremely dark, and cut off from the rest of the house, says Ralph Cunningham, but it's reincarnated as a light-filled space with a felicitous floor-plan flow. Read more

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