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Eco-Friendly Mountain Cabin in Aspen Colorado-Voorsanger Architects

Feb 20, 2009 | 5 Comments

Majestically perched 9,200 sf above sea level, in Aspen Colorado this $35 mil. home is extreme in every respect. Designed by Voorsanger Architects PC the design calls for a contemporary house-mountain cabin coherent to its natural surrounding. A modern “chalet” of 200ft length ,feels like anything else but a small cabin when you are inside. […]

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A manifestation of modern architecture in the Tropics by House RR

Feb 15, 2009 | No Comments

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Modern architecture rooted to the classic Barns??? Leroy Street Studio Architecture

Feb 5, 2009 | No Comments

Another project included on the American Institute of Architects 2008 Housing Awards, was the Modern Barn project, by Leroy Street Studio. This 6,000 sq single family residence is built in Wainscott, New York and as the name suggests it was evolved, having in mind, basic design elements of a Barn. The exterior of the home […]

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An architectural project in between the trees; The Streeter House by David Salmela

Feb 4, 2009 | No Comments

Designed by architect David Salmela in collaboration with owner/builder Kevin Streeter this architectural beauty reflects a great synergy between design and creative construction practices. Build in Deep Heaven, Minnesota the use of prefabricated materials was one of the clients goals. Two large cubes floating in the air supported by a wall of black prefabricated concrete […]

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“Architecture must break from unnatural and unhealthy imitations” Robert M. Gurney

Feb 1, 2009 | No Comments

“Architecture must break from unnatural and unhealthy imitations; we are committed in producing buildings and spaces that strive for design excellence” Robert M. Gurney. And that is exactly what is achieved with the Wissioming Residence located in Glen Echo, Maryland. One of the Nineteen Top Projects that were nominated for the 2008 AIA awards; the […]

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Lake Tahoe Residence winner of the One- and Two-Family Custom Residences, award

Jan 29, 2009 | 1 Comment

One of the nineteen recipients of the 2008 AIA, Housing awards was granted to the Lake Tahoe Residence by Lake Flato Architects. The award that belonged to the One- and Two-Family Custom Residences category, it was granted to projects that promote good design ; as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the spirit and […]

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Randy Brown nominated for Green architecture, at the 2008, AIA Housing Awards

Jan 27, 2009 | 1 Comment

One of the 19th recipients for the eighth annual Housing awards by the American Institute of Architects(AIA), is the architectural firm Randy Brown Architects and their project Laboratory, build in Omaha Nebraska. The Project was designed having in mind the environment and used green materials and techniques to the highest extend. Originally designed as a […]

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MCK architects, the winner of the 2008 Interior design awards

Jan 26, 2009 | No Comments

There is no doubt where one goes to discover modern residential architecture in Australia. MCK developed an expertise in modern design over the past twelve years that reflect new means of construction methods and buildings products; transforming in that way the local design industry, to new horizons of modern innovative structures.Awarded by several awards and […]

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An architectural project that is eco and cost friendly, House 205

Jan 18, 2009 | No Comments

Designed by H Arquitectes, the House 2005 is a true masterpiece that fits within its context in perfect harmony. Built in a setting with great amount of trees and steep slopes in Vacarisses, Catalunya, Spain, the aim of the structure is to preserve the natural surrounding and avoid any serious impact to the land and […]

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Jay Pritzker Pavilion; a modern architectural playground by Frank Gehry

Jan 16, 2009 | No Comments

This $60 million project is a masterpiece that changed Chicago’s, Grant Park forever. Designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry for the Pritzker Pavilion competition; is the home of the Grant Park Music Festival and other concerts and events. The name of the building was named after Jay Pritzker, and wife Cindy who established the […]

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