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Mi Casita

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Capital Partnership

Connecting place and practice with Janet Bloomberg, AIA, and Richard Loosle-Ortega, RA. More

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Flights of Fancy: How Moving a Staircase Breathed Light Into a Century-Old Rowhouse

(VIDEO) Kube Architecture had to gut an entire rowhouse on N Street in Georgetown in order to move a staircase and install a magnificent skylight. The result is a light-filled contemporary home. More

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Merit Award, Basement Remodeling Over $100,000: Light as Air

The remodel of this small apartment achieves the client's big spatial aspirations. More

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Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling $250,000 – $500,000: Unified Front

The remodel of this split level better integrates the home's upper and lower levels and opens up the floor plan. More

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Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling $250,000 – $500,000: Reach for the Sky

Moving a staircase and adding a skylight works wonders for lightening up a century-old row house. More

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creative license

Architects who favor a streamlined approach to design in Washington, D.C., have... More

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interlocking pieces

The third-floor master bath, part of a new glass-and-copper addition that KUBE Architecture attached to the back of the house, had none of the kitchen's constraints. There were no historic details worth preserving in the privacy of the top floor, so Bloom More

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back story

Historic row houses are rich in elegant features such as high ceilings, tall windows, and gracefully proportioned reception rooms at the front of the house. But the kitchens usually suffer in silence, tucked to the rear in a dark, cramped space. More

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