Residential Design

Vol. 3, 2017

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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Features 36 CASE STUDY: A WARM A D WELCOMI G PLACE Gray Organschi Architecture's down-to-the-studs renovation honors the spirit of a '70s seaside house. 48 D AB: THE HOUSE I A DSCAPE Whether the setting is rural or urban, skillful siting sparks nature's power to delight. CO S Departments 10 EDITOR' TE 13 VERBATIM Architect Marica McKeel built a smart website, and the clients followed. 17 PRO-FILE D Highly theoretical but nonetheless resonant, Johnsen Schmaling's architecture is one with the landscape. 27 PRO-FILE BUILD David Prutting builds the most demanding residential architecture. And he wouldn't have it any other way. 32 AIA CRA Your guide to the upcoming CRAN Symposium. 76 RD PRODUCTS Fresh products for your projects. 82 PARTI SHOT Min/Day's modular lake house. 36 76 17 On the Cover: Old Quarry House by Gray Organschi Architecture and JIG DesignBuild. Photo: ┬ęDavid Sundberg/Esto VOL. 3, 2017

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