January-February

In this issue we revisit and examine what’s happening in modern prefab, we report on a residence in Oregon that’s seeking three separate green certifications, professionals talk strategy for jump-starting stalled projects, and more.

 

March-April

This issue is dedicated to our 2012 residential architect Design Award winners! After a painstaking process that took over eight months, our six-member jury selected 36 winners from a pool of more than 800 entries. We will now unveil them for you.

 
 

May-June

This issue is dedicated to our 15th Anniversary. We highlight 15 young firms to watch, practices, and products.

 

July-August

In this issue we highlight a study abroad program in Mexico for student designers, we do a case study of a Virginia weekend house that sits atop an old oyster processing plant, eight architects share with us their favorite products for our annual Architects’ Choice, and more.

 
 

September-October

Welcome to our new, redesigned Residential Architect print edition. The annual leadership awards coverage takes center stage in this issue. We also explore American architecture firms working in China and its various issues, do case studies of vacation homes in Hawaii, Maine, and New York, and more.

 

November-December

Our final edition of 2012 and we survived. In this issue we give you the first D.C. project by Miller Hull Partnership, two case studies of mutable spaces in New York and Boston, a monograph of Studio Pali Fekete Architects, modern maestros of design drama and architectural repose, and more.

 
 
 
 
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