• From Bauhaus Modern to Our House Modern

    Frank Harmon, FAIA, Mark McInturff, FAIA, and Ray Calabro, AIA, explained to attendees at residential architect's fourth annual Reinvention Symposium, taking place this week in Charleston, S.C., how they arrive at their modern interpretations of architect

  • From Post-Modernism to Contemporary Picturesque

    Several breakout sessions were held during Reinvention, offering architects the opportunity to earn a few extra CES credits. The session led by Dennis Wedlick, AIA, of Dennis Wedlick Architect, LLC, "From Post-modernism to Contemporary Picturesque," detai

  • Reinvention's Housing Tour a Hit

    Even though Monday's day-long Charleston, S.C.-area housing tour at the Reinvention conference was delayed an hour by an interstate fire and early rain threatened to make conditions unpleasant, in the end, touring architects were not disappointed.

  • Rewriting the Classics

    Stuart Cohen, FAIA, looked at the relationship between classical and modern architecture, which is closer than many might think.

  • striking the right keynote

    When Reinvention 2007's original (and much anticipated) keynote speaker, Peter Q. Bohlin, FAIA, was detained in Italy on a passport snafu, his colleague Ray Calabro, AIA, saved the day.

  • Considering Context: The New House

    The panelists for this session discussed how they incorporate the context of landscape, climate, clients, culture, and history when designing a new house.

  • Speakers at Reinvention 2007

    Reinvention 2007 examines the ways you can learn from the past while still advancing the profession and the art of residential design.

  • reinvention recalled

    At ra's winter Reinvention Symposium, held in San Diego, we dipped into some of the entrepreneurial endeavors architects are plumbing: design/build, development, landscape design, product design, and more.

  • reinvention redux

    At residential architect magazine's most recent conference, "Reinvention 2005: Greening the American House," attendees gathered by region to brainstorm the challenges and opportunities facing architects who wish to design more sustainably.

  • reinvention reiterated

    A few of the architects who attended the Reinvention 2004 conference offer their feedback on how it went.

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