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Raleigh: The Latest Architecture and News

Kimball Residence / in situ studio

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 19

Yamato Philbeck Residence / in situ studio

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 15

Gunston Place House / Don Kranbuehl

© mark herboth photography LLC© mark herboth photography LLC© mark herboth photography LLC© mark herboth photography LLC+ 21

Chappell Smith / The Raleigh Architecture Co.

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 15

Parks Residence / The Raleigh Architecture Co.

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 16

Abbotts Creek Community Center / Clark Nexsen

© Mark Herboth Photography
© Mark Herboth Photography

© Jordan Gray and Erika Jolleys© Mark Herboth Photography© Mark Herboth Photography© Mark Herboth Photography+ 16

Nolintha Residence / in situ studio

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 14

Regional Plant Teaching Facility / Clark Nexsen

© Mark Herboth Photography© Mark Herboth Photography© Mark Herboth Photography© Mark Herboth Photography+ 14

Ocotea House Renovation / in situ studio

© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs© Keith Isaacs+ 19

Medlin Residence / in situ studio

© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives
© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives

© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives© Richard Leo Johnson / Atlantic Archives+ 15

  • Architects: in situ studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  3743 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

Hungry Neck Residence / The Raleigh Architecture Company

© Courtney Richeson© Richard Leo Johnson© Richard Leo Johnson© Richard Leo Johnson+ 19

Ebenezer Chapel / Vilalta Studio

Barcelona-based Vilalta Studio has unveiled the designs for the Ebenezer Chapel, a granite excavated chapel in Raleigh, North Carolina. Upon completion, the chapel will be excavated 15 meters below ground in a sloped forest terrain next to Richland Creek, and will be built completely from the natural granite on the site.

From the lowest point of the site at the creek, a continuous ramp will slope down around the chapel, and into the foyer, as the main entrance to the space, all of which provides natural light and ventilation in addition to chapel access.

Compact Modern Duo / The Raleigh Architecture Co.

© Raymond Goodmon© Raymond Goodmon© Raymond Goodmon© Raymond Goodmon+ 28

Clark Court / In Situ Studio

© Richard Leo Johnson © Richard Leo Johnson © Richard Leo Johnson © Richard Leo Johnson + 18

JC Raulston Arboretum Lath House / Frank Harmon Architect

Courtesy of Frank Harmon ArchitectCourtesy of Frank Harmon ArchitectCourtesy of Frank Harmon ArchitectCourtesy of Frank Harmon Architect+ 10

First Presbyterian Church / Frank Harmon Architect

© Richard Leo Johnson© Richard Leo Johnson© Richard Leo Johnson© Richard Leo Johnson+ 26

Strickland-Ferris Residence / Frank Harmon Architect

© Tim Hursley© Tim Hursley© Jeffery Jacobs© Jeffery Jacobs+ 17

Hunt Library / Snøhetta

© Mark Herboth© Mark Herboth© Jeff Goldberg/Esto© Jeff Goldberg/Esto+ 43