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An Architect's Own House Tests Theories About Upside-Down Floor Planning

An Architect's Own House Tests Theories About Upside-Down Floor Planning

Seattle’s housing market is one of the strongest in the nation, and developing there is not for the faint of heart. But Kevin Eckert, LEED AP, had a few super powers at his disposal, chief among them was the ability to design and build…

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Pro-File: Seeking the Thinnest Roof Possible

Pro-File: Seeking the Thinnest Roof Possible

Nestled in the Virginia Highlands, one of Atlanta’s toniest neighborhoods, is a diminutive Mid-Century house recently resuscitated with a very light hand. The modesty of the intervention is the first thing one notices upon touring the house. The second notable aspect is that it exists at all amid the pseudo-Tudors, period bungalows, and new builder-spec foursquares that characterize…

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NEWS

FutureHAUS Destroyed by Fire

FutureHAUS Destroyed by Fire

BLACKSBURG, VA – FutureHAUS, the multidisciplinary research project created by students, faculty and industry partners at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, went up in flames Sunday, Feb. 12, at around 9 p.m.

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PRODUCTS

Solid Liquids

Solid Liquids

Designed by Aybars Asci, AIA, LEED BD+C, of New York’s Efficiency Lab for Architecture PLLC, “Liquid Form” is the newest concrete tile shape in Walker Zanger’s Kaza Collection. 

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

The Renovation That Ended Up As a Tear-Down

The Renovation That Ended Up As a Tear-Down

It’s no surprise that David O’Brien Wagner, AIA, knows how to get the most out of a problematic building lot. His professional pedigree includes time at Cutler Anderson Architects and Olson Kundig in Seattle, firms known for highly specific, artful responses to site conditions and client desires. And his current firm, SALA Architects, has a distinguished history of honoring Minnesota’s craft-intensive building traditions and human-centered design.…

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Master Class: How a Custom Builder Succeeded in Retiring

Master Class: How a Custom Builder Succeeded in Retiring

When the Great Recession hit the housing industry, it blew up a lot of plans. One of them was custom builder Dale Abrahamse’s carefully conceived plan to retire. He had already groomed his successors, including second-in-command Ted Marss, and then came 2008. Instead of a graceful exit, he found himself having to double down to keep the business viable. Not only was he chasing…

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RD COVER JAN 2017

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Welcome to Residential Design magazine. Please help us build this new publication for residential architects and custom homebuilders by signing up today for a complimentary subscription to our print edition and bi-weekly newsletter. 

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