2012 Most Popular Profiles - DS

  • Award Winning Firm Ventures Into Bigger Territory to Weather Recession

    When Residential Architect profiled Safdie Rabines Architects in 2006, the San Diego-based firm had just started to design bridges and institutional buildings, along with the residential work it had always done.

     
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    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.

     
  • Profile: Estes/Twombly Architects

    Boil it down, keep it honest, make it fit. Estes/Twombly Architects’ ethic of practice is as simple and direct as the architecture it generates.

     
  • Profile: Dennis Wedlick, AIA, Dennis Wedlick Architect

    New York-based Dennis Wedlick Architect [DWA] used to be known for crafting finely detailed custom homes in rural locations and creative loft conversions in the urban environment.

     
  • Profile: Nils Finne, AIA

    Nils Finne, AIA, has long exemplified the highly skilled regional practitioner. Based in Seattle, he draws on Asian, Scandinavian, and mid-century modernist influences in work that distills the environmental and cultural currents of the contemporary Pacific Northwest.

     
  • Profile: Mark Hutker, AIA, Hutker Architects

    Hutker Architects is no stranger to the pages of Custom Home and residential architect. Mark Hutker recently shared how he maintains high design standards worthy of such extensive coverage while juggling three offices spread throughout Cape Cod—two of which require boat or plane trips to reach.

     
  • Profile: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop

    The title of residential architect’s July 2003 cover story on Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects, “Light on the Land,” alluded to the site-sensitive nature of the Northern California firm’s work. Nine years later, it seems even more appropriate, as the firm has delved deeper into the realm of...

     
  • 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.

     
 
 
 
 
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