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Marvin Design Award Winner: The Placemaker

Jonathan Segal is revered among his peers for his business savvy as much as his design talent. More

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Regional Design at AIA 2012

The AIA 2012 session "Connect to the World and Community: Region-Based Design and Its Connection to Culture, Community, and Place" on Thursday, May 17, was packed. More

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Black White Residence, Bethesda, Md.

Our judges were impressed by how this house by David Jameson, FAIA, pays homage to classical modernism. More

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Keep the Old

Prospective homeowners will go to great lengths for a beautiful view. Washington,... More

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2007 Custom Home Design Awards

These 23 projects represent the best in custom home design. More

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Custom Home Design Awards

The CUSTOM HOME Design Awards received 521 entries in nine categories. The jury was made up of four distinguished custom home professionals: Jim Gibson of Gibson Construction in Washington, D.C.; Dale Mulfinger, FAIA, of SALA Architects Inc. in Minneapolis, Minn.; Bruce Norelius, AIA, of Elliott Elliott Norelius Architecture in Blue Hill, Maine; and Page Repp of Repp Construction in Tucson, Ariz. They singled out 25 projects for awards, among them 16 Merit awards, eight Grand awards, and a Project of the Year. More

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Paradise Valley, Ariz., Residence

When scouring architecture books for their new home's design inspiration, the Scottsdale, Ariz., homeowners fell hard for Richard Neutra's (1892-1970) glass and concrete forms. More

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West Shokan, N.Y., Residence

Along with spectacular views, the site of this weekend home in New York's Catskill Mountains presented a stiff siting challenge: a precipitous slope underpinned by solid bedrock. More

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Montauk, N.Y., Residence

The simple surfaces of this outer Long Island vacation home conceal a deceptively complex structure. More

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Vienna, Va., Residence

Architect Mark McInturff likens this gloriously simple house to a kaleidoscope, and the analogy isn't too far off. More

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