Jeremiah Eck

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Deciding to Remodel or Rebuild Requires Knowing What Both the House and the Client Want Deciding to Remodel or Rebuild Requires Knowing What Both the House and the Client Want

Sometimes the question of whether to remodel or rebuild isn't an easy one, but it's one architects frequently address. Read more

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Book Review: "House in the Landscape" Book Review: "House in the Landscape"

Jeremiah Eck's new book makes a compelling—and beautiful—argument against houses that disregard their environments and in favor of more thoughtful, site-responsive design. Read more

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architects as real estate agents

Why should architects become real estate agents? Read more

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rising star: john brown, raic rising star: john brown, raic

John Brown, RAIC, is on a profound mission, one that doesn't involve anything as mundane as scaling K2 or swimming the English Channel. The soft-spoken Canadian wants to simultaneously improve the quality of mass-market housing and make better houses more Read more

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an honest appraisal an honest appraisal

From the bailout of failed investment banks to the deflating real estate market, the question of how to calculate value is on a lot of people's minds these days. During the joyride, houses of every ilk were routinely overpriced as appraisals became unmoor Read more

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new spaces, old places new spaces, old places

Brand-new suburban developments often lack the soul of established neighborhoods, which is why these older communities are perfect locations for architects to insert new projects. Many are doing just that, but instead of imposing their egos, architects ar Read more

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painting on fridays painting on fridays

Jeremiah Eck started his residential practice in Boston with $30 in his pocket and little more than a pencil to draw with. Twenty-eight years later, the firm is thriving and Eck, FAIA, has taken up a paintbrush, retreating to his backyard studio each Friday to work on his landscape canvases. Read more

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