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  • jackson family retreat, big sur, calif.

    Flawlessly executed details such as this house's wafer-thin roof, delicate Alaskan yellow cedar rainscreen, and translucent walls captured the judges' attention.

     
  • low-country screens, charleston, s.c.

    Having lived through Hurricane Hugo, this Charleston, S.C., homeowner wanted to make sure his new house could survive anything future hurricanes could throw at it.

     
  • eastern market row house, washington, d.c.

    The glass volume in this Washington, D.C., row house immediately calls to mind the famous quip that God is in the details.

     
  • parts house pavilion, milwaukee

    Our judges called this project a “beacon for the neighbors.”

     
  • simply perfect

    Materials in this Houston master bath are not unusual: marble for wet areas, slate floors for slip resistance, and warm walnut cabinetry protected by marine-grade polyurethane. The layout is straightforward: steam shower, soaking tub, and toilet in a row

     
  • stud skeleton library, winchester, va.

    Too many books. That's what prompted this husband-and-wife team of architects to design an inventive shelving arrangement based on the stud system of their late '60s tract house.

     
  • house ocho, carmel, calif.

    This simple, elegant staircase plugged into an adjacent retaining wall may seem like an easy detail to pull off, but the opposite is true.

     
  • belvedere lagoon residence, belvedere, calif.

    This sunny little sitting area snuggles up to a handsome stone wall, which demarcates indoor and outdoor and public and private spaces of a renovated waterfront home.

     
  • p + d house, omaha, neb.

    The attention lavished on a fireplace and built-in television cabinet in this suburban remodel impressed the judges. Architect Randy Brown actually tore a hole into the side of the house to line the TV up flush with the wall.

     
  • Fun with Stairs

    The wonderful thing about designing a stair is the opportunity it presents for playfulness.

     
 
 
 
 
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