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Energy Efficient Homes by David Jameson

Jun 7, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Architect David Jameson designs luxury homes that are meant to fit in seamlessly and organically with their surroundings, while employing unique environmental techniques. The Glenbrook Residence in Maryland is immediately recognized by its towering stone walls situated amongst a brook and lush trees. The unique design is supported by the building's connected structures which allow it to be divided spatially in order to create interesting public and private spaces. The entire home is built around an earth concept and the materials and shapes used throughout the piece were chosen to support that organic intent.... Read More

Swimming Pool Designs That Will Heat Up Your Summer

May 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Andrew DeGregorio

Transforming your outdoor living space into your very own tranquil paradise is more art then science. When designing a pool you want the end result to be a beautiful, seamless outdoor environment. The goal is to create a balanced, backyard utopia that becomes an extension of your house. Without proper planning, this can be difficult to achieve. There are a numerous amount of luxury pool design options from traditional to modern. This week we have selected a few of our favorites for you to dip into.... Read More

Healthy Design Alternatives

May 23, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

+House by superkül inc | architect is a dynamic project that reflects the Toronto-based firm’s commitment to home design excellence and sustainability. +House may just be the “healthiest home” in North America. Located in Mulmur, Ontario in Canada, +House is a four season residence built with anti-bacterial and fungal materials, such as cementitious blocks and natural clay plaster walls that required no chemical or paint finishing.... Read More

Cozy Austin Retreat Features Rustic and Industrial Elements

May 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

The Peace Pipe Path House, envisioned by the talented Mell Lawrence Architect team, won the 2001 AIA Austin Honor Award for its rustic, utilitarian elements. The group has won numerous design awards for their work on residential and commercial projects throughout Texas. Most recently, their Baylor Street House won the 25th Annual AIA Homes Tour award in 2011.... Read More

Suspended Sculpture Uses Science & LED Light Technology

May 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Artist Cliff Garten has received two individual artistic fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Bush Foundation Fellowship for Individual Artists, the Bush Foundation Leadership Fellowship, and the Jerome Foundation Travelling Artist Grant for his incredible work on more than fifty sculptures throughout North America. Garten's work can be found in collaboration with projects that include architecture, landscaping, and engineering.... Read More

Innovative Architecture in Clarke Quay Riverfront District, Singapore

Apr 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Spark,an international architectural and design agency with many accolades for its work in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and interior design garnered critical acclaim for its first major development in Asia, a dramatic, contemporary design located in the riverfront district of Clarke Quay in Singapore. Spark's innovative and visually catching structures are already succeeding in revitalizing the area and enticing tourists and residents alike back to the historic district. Seen here is an aerial view of this impressive project.... Read More

California Architecture and Design is Newest Feature of Pacific Standard Time

Mar 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

The major cultural initiative Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945–1980 has just announced the latest addition to its SoCal exhibitions that focus on postwar art in California: a competition using Legos and inspired by the exhibits in the collaboration.... Read More

Thought Leader Simon Snellgrove | Creating People-Places on the Urban Landscape

Feb 10, 2012  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

Simon Snellgrove, founder of Pacific Waterfront Partners, has an intuitive relationship with waterfront land. Born in Sydney, Australia, he grew up on the water, sailed early, and understood the complex connections between industrial growth, human need, and eco-sustainability.... Read More

Scott Lee, President & Principal of SB Architects on Contemporary Architectural Design

Jan 20, 2012  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

One of the more transformational thought leaders in the current architectural landscape is Scott Lee, President and Principal of SB Architects, a 50 year old multi-awarded and renowned design firm in San Francisco and Miami.... Read More

Airstream Debuts Latest Concept Trailer

Dec 5, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard  |  1 Comment

The latest Airsteam design concept made it's debut at the 49th annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky last week. The Airstream Sterling Concept Trailer designed by architect Christopher Deam is a sweet little modern home away from home.... Read More

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