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EskewDumezRipple reveals the Home Building at Thaden School, a new, Zero-Energy-Ready high school in Bentonville, Arkansas, where design directly supports the school's learning-by-doing approach to education.
Project name
Home Building at Thaden School
Architecture firm
EskewDumezRipple
Location
Bentonville, Arkansas, USA
Photography
Dero Stanford, Tim Husley, and Studio Nuvo
Flavor Paper is a bold, adaptive-reuse project transforming a four-story concrete parking garage in Brooklyn, New York into a 13,500 sf hybridized commercial and residential space.
Project name
Flavor Paper Headquarters
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Photography
Boone Speed
Located on a sagebrush plain north of Jackson, Wyoming, Logan Pavilion is the family home of Eric Logan, Design Principal at CLB Architects, and his wife, two college-age daughters, and their pets. Originally built in 1997 on an aggressive four-month construction schedule and a tight budget, the minimalist home has adapted over time, evolving with...
Project name
Logan Pavilion
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
What if a home could be built to be environmentally resilient, wildfire resistant, and yet comfortable and open to the extraordinary ocean view site? This residence on a 10-acre site is approached via a narrow, tree covered drive, ending at a small clearing with views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands
Project name
Toro Canyon Residence
Architecture firm
ShubinDonaldson
Location
Montecito, California, United States
Photography
Ciro Coelho
Located in River Oaks, traditional yet contemporary in style, this home sits on a quiet lot with a stream, surrounded by plenty of foliage.
Project name
West Lane
Architecture firm
Reagan & Andre Architecture Studio
Location
Houston, Texas, United States
Photography
Exterior: Peter Molick, Interior: Julie Soefer
North of San Francisco, in Glen Ellen, a less populated part of the California wine country, the culture has been based on agriculture and was named for an original winery. Jack London made this his permanent home here in the early 1900s. Drawn by the land, London believed in the redemptive qualities of rural life. Less than an hour from the City,...
Project name
Tack Barn
Architecture firm
Faulkner Architects
Location
Glen Ellen, Sonoma, California, USA
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography, Faulkner Architects, Hammond and Company
Technology is oftentimes the source of great change and upheaval in society. It creates both opportunity and chaos in ways that are often unpredictable. Ultimately, technology demands adaptability to survive or more critically to thrive within a new context.
Project name
Aspirational Garden Office Concept
Architecture firm
Form4 Architecture
Tools used
Form·Z, V-ray
The Lavendale Residence inverts the typical neighborhood typology by placing the “back” porch in the front yard to preserve and highlight existing mature Live Oaks, maximize outdoor living area and leverage the soft, North facing daylight.
Project name
Lavendale Residence
Architecture firm
Smitharc Architecture + Interiors
Location
Dallas, Texas, United States
Photography
Stephen Karlisch Photography