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CaesarStone Showroom : By Dan Brunn

October 12, 2010

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By Nico Saieh — via:archdialy   © Dan Brunn Architect: Dan BrunnLocation: San Francisco, CA, USAClient: Arik Tendler, CaesarStone USAContractor: Sigura ConstructionProject Area: 4,000 sq ftBudget: $500,000Project Year: 2007Photographs: Dan Brunn Working with an existing warehouse shell, one of the key design objectives was the integration of the old with the new; creating a synergistic […]

Camouflage House : By Johnsen Schmaling Architects

October 12, 2010

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Green Lake, WI Johnsen Schmaling Architects  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord  When we wrote about Milwaukee-based Johnsen Schmaling in February 2005, the then-two-year-old firm was just getting its feet wet with both residential and commercial projects that showed promise and innovation. Now, two years later, one house in particular, called the Camouflage House, has truly put the […]

Dogtrot House : By Waggonner & Ball Architects

October 12, 2010

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Poplarville, MS Waggonner & Ball Architects By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo: © Kerri McCaffety, Mac Ball, Catherine Smith For Allan and Nancy Bissinger, the right house was born while they were busy making other plans. The couple, who have three grown children and live most of the year in New Orleans, hired New Orleans-based firm Waggonner […]

House At Wind Point : By Max Levy Architect

October 12, 2010

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Hunt County, Texas Max Levy Architect  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord  Photo: © Charles D. Smith Garrett Boone, founder and chairman of the board of The Container Store, has traveled the world and seen much great architecture. But it was his stay in an architect-converted barn outside Frankfurt, Germany that made him realize he had never actually […]

Soaring Wings : By Winn Wittman Architecture

October 12, 2010

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Austin, Texas Winn Wittman Architecture  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo © Casey Dunn For architect Winn Wittman, building a house on spec that would showcase his talents and architectural vision was more than a challenge, it was dangerous. While managing the construction of the 6,100-square-foot Soaring Wings house, Wittman, principal of Austin-based firm Winn Wittman Architecture, […]

Shenandoah Retreat : By Carter + Burton Architecture

October 12, 2010

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Warren County, Virginia Carter + Burton Architecture  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo © Daniel Afzal When two scientists from the National Institutes of Health, Roxanne Fischer and Donald Orlic, went looking for architects to build them a house with a Modern aesthetic on their 24-acre property on the north fork of the Shenandoah River, they were […]

Off-Use : By P XS

October 12, 2010

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Los Angeles, California P XS  By Ingrid Spencer-via:archrecord Photo: © Deborah Bird Photography In Los Angeles, where an average house lists for around $700,000, every inch of the city’s 469 square miles is coveted—almost. Few lots still remain empty, and the reasons why can be counted on one hand. Estate complications or sentimental value could […]