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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.  […]

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 […]

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, […]

A Family Affair

A Family Affair Rui Ponte designed the home in a New England vernacular. Solid wood columns on the flagstone porch, copper chimney caps, eyebrow returns on the gables and fieldstone […]

Art Restoration

The addition blends seamlessly into the original home, which was designed by architect Charles Moore in the 1970s.Additions are harder to do than a house,” said architect Rui Ponte, surveying […]

A Living Laboratory

Designer Rob Morris. For Rob Morris, his new McLean home is a laboratory for his design and construction firm, Morris-Day, Inc. This latest residence—his sixth in ten years—displays an increased complexity […]

Modern Interplay

The house presents a series of pavilions built around a mature weeping oak tree.  This established Vienna neighborhood of brick ramblers and Cape Cods is changing, as are many area […]

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