Cunningham + Quill Architects

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Model Behavior

As an integrated design process becomes the norm and energy usage moves up in the priorities of a project, design teams must begin looking at energy early on. More

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Model Behavior

As an integrated design process becomes the norm and energy usage moves up in the priorities of a project, design teams must begin looking at energy early on. More

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Model Behavior

As an integrated design process becomes the norm and energy usage moves up in the priorities of a project, design teams must begin looking at energy early on. More

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NAHB Honors Green Projects, Advocates

Annual awards ceremony recognizes green homes, builders and remodelers, and programs. More

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Green Building Pros Honored

Fifteen builders, remodelers, and other professionals received National Green Building Awards during the NAHB National Green Building Conference. More

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georgian residence, washington, d.c.

The jury admired the way this well-executed Georgian clung to its cul-de-sac curve and mitigated a steeply sloped site. They also commended the architects for deftly handling its hefty square footage. More

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park hill north condominiums, washington, d.c.

The success of Ralph Cunningham and Lee Quill's first multifamily project has nothing to do with beginner's luck. "It was a true collaboration," says Quill. The architects not only produced an alluring design within 80-foot-wide-by-90-foot-tall constraints, but respect was thoughtfully paid to the neighbors. More

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residential architect design awards 2008

The global spread of good design starts to show itself first in the house, said a juror for our ninth annual residential architect Design Awards. Judging by our collection of winners this year, our future buildings will not disappoint. More

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CNU Names Winners Of 2007 Charter Awards

Four projects respond to Hurricane Katrina; Torti Gallas, Urban Design Associates,... More

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breaking away

Many architecture firms find subtle, creative ways to inject energy into their off-site meetings. More

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