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Aldo Beach House / Wittman Estes

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  • Architects: Wittman Estes
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  2021 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Ikea, AGS Stainless Steel Railing, Frank Lumber the Door Store, Lindal, +3

Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge / Graham Baba Architects

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  15800
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Arktura, AutoDesk, FabriTRAK®, Caesarstone, Calico Wallpaper, +13

Gem State: Living with Nature in Idaho's Mountains and Valleys

Idaho's nickname is "The Gem State" for its abundance of natural resources and scenic areas, from steep canyons and valleys to snow-capped mountains. It's no surprise that the state's architecture draws from this context, especially for remote housing projects. Reinterpreting building methods, materials, and spatial relationships, architects have designed a series of incredible homes across Idaho that are redefining how to live in nature.

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Yo-Ju Courtyard House / Wittman Estes

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Clyde Hill, United States

Hood River Retreat / Wittman Estes Architecture + Landscape

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House on the Cove / Stephenson Design Collective

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The Hangar at Kenmore Town Square / Graham Baba Architects

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Little House / mw|works architecture+design

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University of Washington West Campus Utility Plant / Miller Hull Partnership

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Seattle, United States

15 Bars That Combine Texture, Lighting, and Materials to Perfection

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Bars are the perfect meeting place to finish the day in the company of friends and a few drinks. The relaxed atmosphere and lighting allow intimate discussions around tables, while the social butterflies can instead meet around the focal element of the space, the bar.

The atmosphere provoked by the mixture of textures, smells, materials, and darkness—ideally accompanied by a cocktail menu—is an essential component in helping us find our favorite watering holes. Read on for a selection of 15 incredible examples of this typology, with images by prominent photographers such as Frank Herfort, Serena Eller Vanicher, and Yann Deret.

Helen Street House / mw|works architecture + design

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Helen Street / mw|works architecture + design

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AIA Announces Winners of the 2017 Small Project Awards

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected 11 recipients of the 2017 Small Project Awards. This is the 14th edition of the program, which was established to recognize "small-project practitioners for the high quality of their work and to promote excellence in small-project design."

This year the winners have been placed into three categories: 

  • Category 1: small project construction, object, work of environmental art or architectural design element up to $150,000 in construction cost
  • Category 2: small project construction, up to $1,500,000 in construction cost
  • Category 3: small project construction, object, work of environmental art or architectural design under 5,000 square feet

This year’s winners include a wide variety of program types and sites. Continue after the break for the list and descriptions of the projects.

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Jack Daniel’s Barrel House 1-14 / Clickspring Design

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AIA Names the Best Housing Projects of 2017

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has named the fourteen projects selected as recipients of the 2017 Housing Awards. Now in its 17th year, the AIA’s Housing Awards program was established to recognize "the best in housing design and promote the importance of good housing as a necessity of life." Projects are awarded in four categories: One/Two Family Custom Housing, One/Two Family Production Housing, Multifamily Housing and Special Housing.

The 2017 AIA Housing Award recipients include:

One North / Holst Architecture

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  • Architects: Holst Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  42940
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

2016 Wood Design Award Winners Announced

WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council, has announced the winners of the 2016 Wood Design Awards. Honoring projects that “showcase the innovative use of wood as both a structural and finish material,” this year’s awards highlight the many uses and attributes of wood, “from structural performance and design versatility to sustainability and cost effectiveness.”

The Wood Design Awards are both National and Regional, with regional awards being presented at Wood Solutions Fairs across the country starting in late March.

The winners of the Wood Design Awards are:

The 2015 Religious Architecture Awards Celebrate Changing Trends in Worship

Religious buildings make up many of the highlights of architectural history, and the Religious Architecture Awards from Faith & Form magazine and the Interfaith Forum for Religion, Art, and Architecture celebrate the latest entries in this category. As trends in religious practices and the buildings that house them have changed, this year’s awards celebrate a wide variety of structures, including a growing number of renovation and restoration projects, as well as the first-ever award for a building in the “megachurch” category. From a total of 44 entries, 16 projects received awards in one of five categories: New Facilities, Renovation, Restoration, Adaptive Reuse/Repurpose, and Liturgical/Interior Design.

Read on to see all the winners of the Religious Architecture Awards.

Mission San Juan Capistrano/Ford, Powell & Carson Architects & Planners, Inc.. Image © Mark MenjivarThe Memorial Church, Harvard University/Finegold Alexander Architects. Image © Blind DogImmanuel Chapel/Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Image © Peter Aaron/OTTOSt. Monica Catholic Church/Fisher Heck Architects. Image © DVDesign+ 41