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In the Balance

In the Balance With its prominent location in downtown Baltimore, the University of Baltimore's new John and Frances Angelos Law Center embraces the role of academic and social nexus in […]

Cafe Culture

Cafe Culture Charged with redesigning the Washington-area office of Sapient Corporation, a global services company, FOX Architects was asked to unify the diverse aesthetic needs of its government, non-profit, commercial […]

Class Act

Class Act Built in 1935, Woodrow Wilson High School in Northwest DC had fallen into disrepair over the years. In 2009, it was designated a historic landmark—just when the city […]

Glass Pavilion

On the edge of Fort Davis Park in Southeast DC stands the Francis A. Gregory Neighborhood Library, a gleaming, timber-and-glass pavilion that perfectly complements its natural environment. Designed by internationally […]


Steve Case, founder of AOL, and his wife Jean have set their substantial sights on Virginia Wine Country with the purchase of a winery in the foothills of the Blue […]


HISTORY Lesson Old buildings in a state of decay tend to catch an architect’s eye. Walking through Oxford, Maryland, one evening, Washington, DC-based architect Ward Bucher saw a dilapidated building, […]

Embracing the Outdoors

Embracing the Outdoors Hidden away on a wooded cul-de-sac, this Tudor-style home leads a first-time visitor to believe that she’s been whisked away from the nearby Tysons Corner corridor and […]

Potomac Playground

Potomac Playground In the afternoon sun, the rustic stone pavilions glow like two pots of honey flecked with cinnamon. Set beside a swimming pool and against a backdrop of evergreens, […]


TEAM WORK Custom homebuilder Ted Peterson and residential architect Robert Gurney regularly play basketball on the same court. But they had not collaborated on a building project until recently, when […]

Postcard from Vermont

Postcard from Vermont A few years ago Great Falls, Virginia, residents Tom and Diana Kelly purchased 42 acres near Weston, Vermont, with the  idea of building a getaway for holidays […]

Organic Modern

Organic Modern There’s modern as in the aesthetic of detached cool. And then there’s Kathy Viola’s renovated home in McLean. While the former can feel a bit sterile, the latter […]

New Luxury Projects

  The Ritz-Carlton Lifestyle   Luxury condominium homes priced from the $600s to $5 million are currently available at The Ritz-Carlton Residences Inner Harbor, Baltimore. These spacious, well-appointed condos are […]

Extreme Makeover

May/June 2009 When Lisa and Dave Schertler purchased their classic 1930s brick Colonial in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, DC, it was missing a key ingredient. With two small children […]

Contemporary Redux

  Contemporary Redux For continuity, Carnemark replaced the old tiled kitchen floor with oak to match the rest of the house. A stainless-steel, roll-up applaince garage keeps the counters uncluttered. […]

Who's Building What

  Who's Building What Designed by David Easton, Glen Love Cottage is the first home built in the new Vineyard Estates. Kluge Winery Opens Luxury Community Set on the grounds of […]

Step by Step

Step by Step The renovation started with revamping the living room fireplace with a granite mantel and surround, cherry paneling and matching windows. To create an airier space, oak floors […]

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