Kathleen Stanley

Gold Nugget Winners Signal New Era in Housing Design
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Gold Nugget Winners Signal New Era in Housing Design

Top projects in this year's "Best in the West" architecture and design competition... More

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The 2008 Gold Nugget Awards The 2008 Gold Nugget Awards

Projects with both beauty and brains win the highest accolades in the 2008 Gold Nugget Awards competition. More

Just Right
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Just Right

House size is a tricky thing. Some folks want a feeling of space that's expressed... More

Tight Squeeze
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Tight Squeeze

It's a curious thing. At the same time that houses are getting bigger and bigger,... More

A Happy Ending
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A Happy Ending

Any number of cliched superlatives could be used to describe the Washington... More

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Power Brokers

As far as influence goes, these 50 people certainly have proven adept at making things -- big things -- happen in home building. More

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Special Focus Awards

Riley House II Doug Walter Architects added contrast to distinguish the vanities: a cherry-stained projecting unit for the husband and a recessed painted version for the wife. Category: Bathroom; Entrant/Architect: Doug Walter Architects, Denver; Builder: Coggeshall Construction, Denver; Interior Designer: KD Design Consultants, Denver More

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Merit Award: Birkdale Village

By Kathleen Stanley. What sets Birkdale Village apart from many other mixed-use communities is that the office, retail, and residential blend is truly all mixed up. "We'd never taken on such an integrated project like this," says David Ravin, vice president of Crosland Contracting, which developed Birkdale in partnership with Pappas Properties. More

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Merit Award: The Cotswolds

By Kathleen Stanley. It's hard to tell where one townhouse begins and another ends at The Cotswolds, a terrific little project that fits 14 mega-sized one-floor units--each one averages 3,750 square feet--on a little more than three acres. Category: Townhouse, more than 2,000 square feet; Entrant/Architect: Austin Patterson Disston Architects, Southport, Conn.; Builder/Developer: Vision Development Corp., Greenwich, Conn.; Landscape Architect: Rutherford Associates, Old Greenwich, Conn. More

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Merit Award: Palmilla

By Kathleen Stanley. Water is the unexpected unifying element at Palmilla, a 72-acre desert community of 159 homes just 30 minutes from Palm Springs, Calif. Streams, fountains, and other water features not only mask the sound of the street but give just about every one of the Mexican-inspired homes some sort of a water view. Other highlights from the team at DTJ Design, the firm responsible for Palmilla's distinctive look: deep saturated colors for the low-slung, contemporary homes and, for everyone in the community, pieces of "public" art. More

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