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Slate House Featured in Dwell

When Marlene and E. Dale Adkins’s home of 22 years, a 1960s ranch house in Greenspring Valley, Maryland, was lost in a fire in 2013, the couple vowed to rebuild. Read on: https://www.dwell.com/article/baltimore-owings-mills-maryland-residential-architect-ziger-snead-burnt-wood-siding-corten-steel-shou-sugi-ban-fe0d5d78/cover
CHLA
August 5, 2019
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CHLA Featured in Annapolis Home Magazine

This landscape by Campion Hruby Landscape Architects was part of the renovation of a mid-century modern house by KUBE Architecture. Campion Hruby designed the fountain to add more drama to the already strong modernist connections with the garden. The water provides a visual connection outside, and the stepping stone path is a bridge to the garden. Read more: http://www.annapolishomemag.com/untroubled-waters/
CHLA
July 5, 2019
Articles

Reflections on a Plot of Land – Annapolis Home Magazine

In my last article, we discussed ways to pause and admire the nature that surrounds our homes. I have to admit that it really didn’t happen for me until very recently, after the rains and clouds gave way to a normal summer day on the Chesapeake Bay. With heat, humidity, reflecting sun, and the sounds of cicadas buzzing. I hit…
CHLA
July 5, 2018
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Sunset Transformation – Annapolis Home Magazine

Architect Scarlett Breeding of Alt Breeding Associates and Raymond Gauthier of Lynbrook of Annapolis have professions that demand visual perfection. However, the success of each project depends on what is invisible: details. It is not an understatement to say that Breeding and Gauthier are obsessed with them. Read on.. .http://www.annapolishomemag.com/sunset-transformation-on-harness-creek/
CHLA
July 5, 2018
Articles

Overlook Road Garden Featured in the Washington Post

Yves Balcer and his family spent two years living in this 1954 house in the Spring Valley neighborhood of Northwest Washington before he came to the conclusion it needed to be updated. After discussing the project with several architects, he initially planned to tear it down and build an entirely new house. The economic downturn tabled those plans. Read more…
CHLA
December 19, 2014
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Brandywine House Featured on Archdaily

Designed to respect both the scale of neighboring houses and the rhythm of the streetscape, the project aligns with adjacent houses while retaining the vast majority of mature trees and green space located between the street and the house.  Materials composing the exterior, which include stone, wood, and stucco, evoke traditional materials found throughout the neighborhood.  The house appears relatively…
CHLA
December 12, 2014
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Harness Creek Featured in Home and Design

Wayne Andersen has long been an architecture buff and admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright. So it should come as no surprise that the physician, author and co-founder of Take Shape For Life, a healthy living program, had a few ideas of his own when he set out to build a new home near Annapolis to share with wife Lori and…
CHLA
November 1, 2014
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Center Street Featured in Home and Design

Approaching the home of collector Judy Weisman, few clues appear to distinguish it from neighboring houses along a tree-shaded street in Chevy Chase, Maryland. But once the front door opens, all resemblances fade, as visitors enter a lofty sanctuary studded with major works of contemporary craft. Harmony prevails, from towering fiber works punctuating the entrance to smaller objects aligned on…
CHLA
November 1, 2014
Awards

Hampden Lane Wins AIA DC and Northern Virginia Awards

CHLA collaborated with Robert Gurney Architect on the design of the garden at Brandywine. Robert Gurney won an AIA Northern Virginia Award of Excellence and an AIA DC Award of Merit for the house. Read more at: https://aianova.org/DA14/430.php
CHLA
September 19, 2014
Awards

Overlook Residence Wins AIA Northern Virginia Award

Robert Gurney Architect Wins AIA Northern Virginia Merit Award CHLA collaborated with Robert Gurney Architect on the design of the garden at Overlook Road. Robert Gurney won an AIA Northern Virginia Award of Merit for the house. Read more at: https://aianova.org/DA14/405.php  
CHLA
June 6, 2014