Judit Meda Fekete

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Oberfeld Residence, Los Angeles Oberfeld Residence, Los Angeles

A custom builder's own home slips seamlessly into a difficult site. More

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Nightingale Residence, Los Angeles Nightingale Residence, Los Angeles

Natural light shapes the spaces at this Los Angeles home. More

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ra50: Studio Pali Fekete Architects ra50: Studio Pali Fekete Architects

SPF:architects produces work that's notable for both its power and its restraint. More

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vertical landscape

Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, makes no bones about the steamy climate in Nausori, Fiji, where his firm, Studio Pali Fekete architects (SPF:a), is designing a pair of residential towers. Within this extreme environment, Culver City, Calif.-based Pali and his team created an evocative design that turns natural conditions to its advantage. More

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studio pali fekete architects (spf:a)

Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, and Judit Méda Fekete, LEED AP, developed and designed the building of their dreams. And once they built it, people came. More

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1748 n. winchester, chicago 1748 n. winchester, chicago

Homes on skinny urban sites tend to have few opportunities for windows, resulting in dark interiors. But Mark Peters, AIA, came up with a light-gathering strategy for this Chicago residence. More

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btr, bethesda, md. btr, bethesda, md.

David Jameson Architect, Alexandria, Va. A split-foyer fix often calls for drastic measures, and this project was no exception. More

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mianus river residence, stamford, conn. mianus river residence, stamford, conn.

“This house is almost John Pawson-like; it's so spare it sings,” said one judge. Another praised its “quiet celebration of connections” and the way it hits the ground. More

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new fork social club residence, pinedale, wyo. new fork social club residence, pinedale, wyo.

“Our clients were moving from a major city to Wyoming and came with a preconceived notion of a log cabin,” says Eric Logan, AIA. More

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oshry residence, bel air, calif. oshry residence, bel air, calif.

What impressed the judges most about this house was the way Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, used public and private space to break up its long bar shape. More

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