Eric Haesloop

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ra50: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop deftly weaves architecture into the landscape, and vice versa. More

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ra50 Architects Dish on the Best and Worst Aspects of the Professionweaetxdyvaydzcwq

ra50 architects tell us what they like best?and least?about practicing in their chosen field. More

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one step up

In much of our work, we spend a lot of time detailing to make things look really... Moreweaetxdyvaydzcwq

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private residence, carmel valley, calif.

The clients' memories of their Catskills cabin inspired the design of this summer compound. Eric Haesloop, AIA, and Mary Griffin, FAIA, took their idea several steps further, reinventing the log cabin vernacular with a main house and guest cabins that evo More

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easy pieces

This vacation home is not what the clients envisioned when they signed up Blue... More

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the sea inside

“We're not Costco shoppers,” Anne Evans told Eric Haesloop, AIA, and Mary Griffin, FAIA, before they started designing her vacation home. This tidbit of information let Haesloop and Griffin know they didn't need to include tremendous amounts of storage sp More

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private residence, napa, calif.

When faced with a site as lovely as this Northern California knoll, most architects wouldn't be able to resist designing a house that's just as dramatic. But Turnbull Griffin Haesloop restrained itself, and the result is a house whose intimate relationship to the land won over the judges. More

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private residence, st. helena, calif.

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop's clients for this Napa Valley cottage wanted a single-story house. But their site, an idyllic hillside, lent itself to a two-story plan. Architects solved this problem by terracing the hillside with two stone retaining walls, creating a plateau. More

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