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District of Columbia Architects

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    Solar Flare

    Exporting the U.S. Solar Decathlon.

     
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    Monograph: David Jameson Architect

    The Washington, D.C.-based firm's work shows a bold inventiveness driven by a persuasive architectural logic.

     
  • A 4-inch-thick wood entry door welcomes visitors to the pavilion, used as a tea house, meditation room, and stage for family musical performances.

    Famed Regional Architect Goes International

    After 11 years going to work in Alexandria, Va., David Jameson, FAIA, moved his studio to the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. this past May.

     
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    Studio Visit: Core

    With projects across the city, Washington, D.C.'s ever-present Core has participated in building the District from the ground up.

     
  • Profile: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA

    One of the ra50, recipient of multiple residential architect and Custom Home Design Awards, and a 2001 Rising Star Leadership Award winner, architect Robert M. Gurney says business is as busy as ever and shares a glimpse at some of his latest work.

     
  • Profile: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA

    One of the ra50, recipient of multiple residential architect and Custom Home Design Awards, and a 2001 Rising Star Leadership Award winner, architect Robert M. Gurney says business is as busy as ever and shares a glimpse at some of his latest work.

     
  • Small Firm Creates Nonprofit to Execute More Pro Bono Architecture

    A Washington, D.C.-based architecture firm recently formed a separate entity to do more pro bono and reduced-fee design.

     
  • top firm: stephen muse, faia

    Taking a visitor on a tour of his work one sunny afternoon at the end of summer, Stephen Muse, FAIA, steered his Audi through an Upper Northwest Washington, D.C., community, where several examples of his architecture stand like good neighbors, contributin

     
  • modern, historical, public, private, chaos, quiet

    Many architects start out building beach houses and move on to larger, more complex projects. Suman Sorg, who founded Sorg and Associates in 1986, took the opposite route. Her passion has been institutional and public projects, not custom homes. But if the best architecture comes from an intimate...

     
  • Open House

    Dwelling, office, classroom, civic center: Stanley Hallet's house multiplies the meanings of home.

     
 
 
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