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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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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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