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Creating a Design Center That’s Beautiful and Brainy

The second in a four-part series stresses the importance of ambience for a top-performing design center. More

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A Connected Community

At Concord Riverwalk, cars take a back seat to pedestrians. More

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Architects' Food Blogs

Today I stumbled across another architect's food blog, this one from the talented L.A. firm fleetwood/fernandez. It's called pan comido. More

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Walk This Way

A distinctive garden path ties together the house and garden. More

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Simple Green

A house celebrates its rocky terrain. More

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beyond the glass door

When Kem Hinton, FAIA, and Seab Tuck, FAIA, decided to design new offices for their staff of 15, they wanted something out of the ordinary. So the owners of Tuck Hinton Architects, Nashville, Tenn., bought the Civil War-era Elm Street Methodist Church and transformed the interior with such cool touches as a studio in the tall sanctuary, candelabras for nighttime lighting, and, in the vestibule, a Louis Kahn quote that reads "Architecture must have the religion of light." The message fits the firm and the old church. "Since we work diligently to have natural illumination in our buildings, that quote is sort of sacred to us," says Hinton. More

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Fine Finishes

A collection of custom products from artists' studios, specialty manufacturers, and traditional artisans. More

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Crown Jewels

The Arundel (County) Habitat for Humanity chapter constructed these homes as part... More

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