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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 […]

Who's Building What

  MB Visnic’s homes at The Woods of Woodmore in Mitchellville, Maryland, start at 8,500 square feet.  MB Visnic’s Estate Homes Only nine lots are left at The Woods at […]

An Urban Oasis

An Urban Oasis The design of the conservatory/pool house evolved with homeowner Ruth Kassinger’s interests in botany and swimming.Great ideas often have humble beginnings. For Ted and Ruth Kassinger of […]

Setting the Scene

Setting the Scene Illuminated at night, the pool evokes a resort feel in the courtyard of the stucco-clad residence. On the left, the freestanding pool house encloses a wet bar […]

Luxury Redefined

In the library, a reproduction of an 18th-century equestrian painting hangs over an antique chest. Designer Michael Keith commissioned the artwork in Italy. Jay and Dottie Martin were thinking about […]

A Craftsman Re-Creation

A Craftsman Re-Creation During the first renovation, the addition of French doors and a porch opened up views of the pool and surrounding forest from the dining room. The Mission-style […]

Urban Refuge

Urban Refuge In the living room, the fireplace is faced in dry-stacked granite with a slot allowing for air circulation. The sofa and lacquered coffee table by Montis were purchased […]

A House on the River

A House on the River The home blends into the scenery with its rough-hewn composite stone façade. The main entry is actually on the third floor, with two lower levels […]

Front and Center

Front and Center Architect Jim Burton’s plan transformed the nondescript rambler into a modern marvel. The addition is canopied by a butterfly roof that slants gently above a wall of […]

Casual Elegance

Casual Elegance When Beth Stouffer first came upon the 1954 Potomac ranch that would become her family’s current home, her vision as an interior designer keyed her in to the […]

Backyard Getaway

Backyard Getaway JULY/AUGUST 2008 Architect Randall Mars echoed the pool house's curved roof in the form of the adjacent dining pavilion and the stone retaining wall on the pool itself.  […]

Habitable Art

Habitable Art In the back yard, the copper-clad garden pavilion containing a two-story storm porch appears to float above a glass-enclosed gallery space. Photo by Paul Warchol. On a traditional […]

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve Architect Skip Maginniss tried to maintain as much transparency as possible in designing the corner windows, which appear to wrap around the house without a heavy […]

Fresh Start

In the living room of this DC condominium, the cavernous 30-foot dome was lowered to soften the acoustics. With dramatic panoramic views of the Potomac that take in both Washington, […]

Row House Meets Loft

Row House Meets Loft The front façade's arched openings and iron-spotted brick were inspired by the architecture of Washington's historic row houses.Row House Meets Loft A new condominium near Logan […]

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