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Pleated House Pleated House

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2012 Residential Architect Leadership Awards

We believe it is necessary to single out high achievers in residential design, in part to showcase talented practitioners to the public but primarily to exalt and illuminate the profession in its entirety. More

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Stacked Cabin, Muscoda, Wis. Stacked Cabin, Muscoda, Wis.

This vertical-minded Milwaukee getaway challenges the notions of what a cabin is. More

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Studio for a Composer, Spring Prairie, Wis. Studio for a Composer, Spring Prairie, Wis.

Radically simplified forms and a tightly focused program yield a pure architectural experience. More

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Blur Loft Bath, Milwaukee, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects Blur Loft Bath, Milwaukee, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

An open design allows this master bath to transcend its landlocked location. More

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Blur Loft Kitchen, Milwaukee, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects Blur Loft Kitchen, Milwaukee, by Johnsen Schmaling Architects

A handsome, horizontal kitchen improves this Milwaukee loft apartment's views both inside and out. More

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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. More

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ra50: Johnsen Schmaling Architects ra50: Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Johnsen Schmaling enjoys pushing itself into new conceptual territory. More

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urban infill 02, milwaukee urban infill 02, milwaukee

The Case Study Houses of the mid-20th century continue to serve as architectural touchstones, even in settings utterly unlike their original sun-drenched sites. In Milwaukee, they've helped inspire a series of moderately priced infill houses designed by B More

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camouflage house, green lake, wis. camouflage house, green lake, wis.

Every once in a while, an architectural perfect storm occurs. More

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