Multifamily

  • Image

    ra50: Looney Ricks Kiss

    Looney Ricks Kiss offers diversity in its project types.

     
  • Image

    ra50: Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects

    Los Angeles architect Lorcan O'Herlihy pushes the limits of public and private space.

     
  • Image

    ra50: MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

    MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple applies its regional design principles universally.

     
  • Image

    ra50: Miller Hull Partnership

    Miller Hull's concern for the environment anticipated by decades the profession's current interest in sustainability.

     
  • Image

    ra50: Mithun

    Mithun designs regionally appropriate homes witha sustainable twist.

     
  • John Holmes and Jeff Stuhr of Holst Architecture in front of the Sunrose Condos on East Burnside St. in Portland, Oregon on January 15, 2010.  Model Released.

    Holst Architecture: Art You Can Build

    The principals of Holst Architecture are shaking up Portland, Ore.'s industrial roots with sensitive, head-turning multifamily design executed frugally and efficiently.

     
  • william moore, aia

    William Moore, AIA, started his Denver-based design/build firm in 1996, after he could only find work as a carpenter.

     
  • jay janette, aia, and david goldberg, aia

    Seattle-based Mithun always considered itself a regional firm with a strong focus on residential planning and design work, but in 2008 the collective opened a San Francisco office in a move forward as a more diverse and, it hopes, recession-proof company.

     
  • thinking & making

    It's not easy for an outsider to catch the folks at el dorado in an entirely serious moment. The Kansas City, Mo., firm's five partners recently used the 1980s hair band Def Leppard as a reference point in an architectural lecture. The group's offbeat, deadpan sense of humor harmonizes with their...

     
  • cover story: after the storm

    In this report, we've endeavored to illuminate the good and the bad, the true signs of hope and the harsh realities of its absence. Over and over, Gulf Coast architects emphasize that people around the country need to know what's really going on in this still-devastated but still-compelling area.

     
 
 
 
 
 
Most Popular