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Iowa

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    322 Reinvented, Iowa City, Iowa

    A suburban remodel adds volume and vernacular associations.

     
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    Jirsa Loft, Des Moines, Iowa

    This bath takes elegant minimalism to new heights.

     
  • AP Lofts, Des Moines, Iowa

    This sensitive restoration revitalizes a defunct warehouse.

     
  • Iowa Prison Industries Outlet Building, Des Moines, Iowa

    A low-budget public building in Des Moines lives up to its high-profile site.

     
  • Substance unified this homes warren of rooms and connected everything to the verdant site with new windows and large porches that provide solar protection.

    322 Reinvented, Iowa City, Iowa

    This 1941 house, covered in standing seam metal and tongue-and-groove fir, is now open to its large site.

     
  • logsdon restroom, des moines, iowa

    The wet spaces become a piece of sculpture ... something completely different ... it speaks to a broader view of what you can do in a bath," were some of the praises showered on the renovated bath (the only bathroom) in this 1,500-square-foot home.

     
  • substance

    The first time Paul Mankins, FAIA, LEED AP, saw his firm's future office space, he couldn't believe his luck. The former 1920s car dealership in Des Moines, Iowa, had 15-foot ceilings, beautifully preserved wood trusses, exposed brick walls, and views in three directions.

     
  • my own private iowa

    Paul Mankins, FAIA, LEED AP, connected artistically with the owner of this Des Moines, Iowa, loft right from the start. In fact, his first thought about how to approach the long, narrow shell and its panoramic skyline views resonated perfectly with the ow

     
  • moen pool and guesthouse, des moines, iowa

    This simple but elegant guesthouse gazes across a pool to the owner's eco-conscious house, designed in the 1970s by Ray D. Crites, FAIA, a well-known Iowa architect. The main house is about 120 feet lon

     
 
 
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