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announcing the winners of rada 2010!

The 11th annual residential architect Design Awards received 978 entries in 16 categories. Just 26 projects were singled out for accolades, making RADA the most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The jury comprised six distinguished architects, including Ed Binkley, AIA, ed binkley design, Oviedo, Fla.; Louise Harpman, Assoc. AIA, Specht Harpman, Austin, Texas; Jennifer Luce, AIA, LUCE et Studio, San Diego; John V. Mutlow, FAIA, RIBA, University of Southern California School of Architecture, Los Angeles; Julie Snow, FAIA, Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis; and Richard Williams, FAIA, Richard Williams Architects, Washington, D.C. In all, they bestowed 19 Merit awards, six Grand awards, and one Project of the Year award. More

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houghton residence, omaha, neb.

One programmatic move transformed the kitchen of a traditional builder house into an urbane space that works as well for intimate dinners as it does for large parties. More

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AIA Announces 2010 Institute Honor Awards

The AIA has named the 2010 recipients of the Institute Honor Awards, which celebrate excellence in architecture, interior architecture, and urban design. More

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laboratory, douglas county, neb.

When Randy Brown, FAIA, bought a 10-acre property and old house in the farm country of Omaha, Neb., he intended it to be a laboratory for experiments in how to design something so connected to the land that it looks both natural and manmade, and in how to More

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AIA Bestows 2008 Honor Awards

Residential projects recognized More

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pro forma: single-family

Five firms foray into residential development in five different ways. They share the bumps and boons along the road. More

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Strip Mall Maestro

In the humble strip shopping center, Nebraska architect Randy Brown sees a canvas for good design—and a chance to turn a profit. More

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Omaha, Neb.

Omaha, a hub for the building and design industries, has been undergoing a facelift since the mid-'90s, much of it along the Missouri River. More

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