• oh, say can you llc?: alternative models in residential practice

    Attendees hear three successful firms talk about their unusual practice models.

  • shelter lab: architects' personal case studies in residential design

    Edward M. Binkley, AIA, Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED AP, and Eric Naslund, FAIA, discuss the ways they experimented with their own homes and how their experimentation—largely on the cheap—informed later projects.

  • is modular really more affordable?

    Michelle Kaufmann, AIA, LEED AP, gives insights into the relative affordability—or not—of modular houses.

  • developing your own building

    Luis Ibarra and Teresa Rosano, RA, LEED AP, began their breakout session by explain how and why they develop their own projects in addition to doing custom work.

  • changing the paradigm: alternative methods in residential design and construction

    Three different approaches to bridging the gap between architect-designed custom homes and what the majority of home buyers can afford.

  • shelter and delight: improving the livability, affordability, and sustainability of america's housing

    David Baker, FAIA, LEED AP, knows the difficulty—and necessity—of providing shelter and delight on a budget.

  • inside reinvention 2008

    staff report on the sessions and special events at the magazine's fifth annual symposium.

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  • Refreshing the Familiar

    For "Refreshing the Familiar" on Wednesday morning, Dec. 5, seven panelists presented ways in which they attempt to put fresh twists on traditional architecture.

  • Special Summit: Strategies in Sustainable Design

    Green is good, but can green design be the same? The architects on the panel of Reinvention's special summit "Strategies in Sustainable Design" proved that sustainable design doesn't have to look 'green' (read: funky, weird, or just plain bad). In fact, f

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