Olson Kundig Architects

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Olson Kundig Architect's [Storefront] Engages Architects, Community Olson Kundig Architect's [Storefront] Engages Architects, Community

Olson Kundig Architects’ pro bono storefront offers the firm a chance to experiment with everything from a mushroom farm to an exhibit on homelessness, as well as engage with the community. ARCHITECT brings you a slide show of a years' worth of experiments. More

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Spec Writing in the Digital Age Spec Writing in the Digital Age

The search for the perfect products has gone global--and local. More

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Shadowboxx, San Juan Islands, Wash. Shadowboxx, San Juan Islands, Wash.

Motor-driven awning shutters provide elegant protection for an island home. More

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Studio Sitges, Sitges, Spain Studio Sitges, Sitges, Spain

A door within a door swings for everyday access and pivots for wide-open flow. More

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U.S. Architects Take Business Overseas U.S. Architects Take Business Overseas

With the economic recovery stuck in low gear, U.S. architects are looking overseas for commissions. More

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Art Stable, Seattle Art Stable, Seattle

Olson Kundig Architects' Art Stable in Seattle represents an elegant way to densify a city. More

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Slaughterhouse Beach House, Lahaina, Hawaii Slaughterhouse Beach House, Lahaina, Hawaii

A Hawaii beach house by Olson Kundig Architects opens up to its spectacular site. More

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Glass Farmhouse, Eastern Oregon Glass Farmhouse, Eastern Oregon

On a rural Oregon site, Jim Olson designs a glass farmhouse. More

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Product design gives architects another avenue for their skills. Product design gives architects another avenue for their skills.

A look at products designed by architects. More

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announcing the winners of rada 2010!

The 11th annual residential architect Design Awards received 978 entries in 16 categories. Just 26 projects were singled out for accolades, making RADA the most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The jury comprised six distinguished architects, including Ed Binkley, AIA, ed binkley design, Oviedo, Fla.; Louise Harpman, Assoc. AIA, Specht Harpman, Austin, Texas; Jennifer Luce, AIA, LUCE et Studio, San Diego; John V. Mutlow, FAIA, RIBA, University of Southern California School of Architecture, Los Angeles; Julie Snow, FAIA, Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis; and Richard Williams, FAIA, Richard Williams Architects, Washington, D.C. In all, they bestowed 19 Merit awards, six Grand awards, and one Project of the Year award. More

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