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  • Response to the Nov/Dec 2007 Education Issue

  • A New Kitchen in An Old House

    Shifting an exterior wall made room for a larger, brighter, more versatile space.

  • Banquet Table

    This table, commissioned for the dinner reception following the A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards Roundtable Discussion, held annually at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City, is a completely independent and extra curricular activity for students in the lighting design program.

  • A|L Awards Roundtable Discusses Design Excellence

    Architects and lighting designers representing the winning projects for the fourth annual A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards competition along with members of the awards jury gathered at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City on Oct. 4, 2007, for an awards presentation and...

  • Foscarini Hosts Design Workshops

    Italian lighting manufacturer Foscarini has launched Foscarini Lab, a series of design workshops it will host to draw on the talents of fresh industrial design graduates to generate design concepts.

  • Water + Life Campus

    Lehrer, principal of Los Angeles–based Lehrer Architects, joined forces with architect Mark Gangi and his brother, developer/ construction manager Frank Gangi, in a design/build partnership that came together specifically to work on the Diamond Valley Lake museums.

  • More Shingle Art

    Quacks in the siding aren't always a problem.

  • Design:Double Doghouse Dormer

    Double Doghouse Dormer

  • Raising Carolina

    As CEO of Stormont and Company Builders of Kitty Hawk, N.C., Paul Buske builds homes on the Outer Banks that are a far cry from the simple one-story cottages he spent summers in during the 1960s and 1970s. These typically wide, tall custom homes stand on piling foundations; include complex roofs...

  • Simple Tricks for Simple Houses

    Choosing the right style as a prototype is the key to building a handsome and affordable home that has a small "environmental footprint."