Structure + Design, Signature work by leading architects and interior designers, Design-Bureaupublished by Panache Books, 2017, for “Camusrory”, “Area 51, and “Red Gate”.

 

Remodeling magazine, Design-Bureau“Former Furniture Store Transforms to Interactive Children’s Museum”, Article and video, October 2015, for The Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum in Winchester, Virginia.

 

The New Small House, Design-Bureauby Katie Hutchison, published by Taunton Press, October 13th, 2015, for “The Samuel Noakes House” in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Metal Architecture, Design-Bureau“Metal Roof Panels Clad Children’s Museum”, June 2015, pg. 34-35, for the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Contemporist, Design-BureauA Contemporary Renovation For A Virginia Farmhouse, February 2015, for Songbird Lane in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

Houzz, Design-Bureauby Mary Jo Bowling “Houzz Tour: A House as Individual as Its Owner”, January 2015, for the Loft Upon Cork in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

 

Design Bureau, Design-Bureau The Design Bureau 100:A Cardinal Collection of Architecture and Interior Design That Influences Where and How We Exist, published by Alarm Press, 2014, for the Samuel Noakes House and the Lake Holiday House.

 

Remodeling Magazine, Remodeling magazineSeptember 2014, Page 56, for the Samuel Noakes House, Winchester, Virginia House

 

Inform magazine, Volume twenty-five, number one, 2014, for “Women in Architecture: Taking Stock”.

 

Eco-Libary Design, by John A. Flannery and Karen M. Smith, published by Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, 2014, for “Loft Upon Cork” in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

 

Design Bureau magazine, Issue 10, March / April, 2012, for Songbird Lane and The Metrobilly.

 

Builder Magazine, March, 2012, for “Loft Upon Cork,” in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

 

21st Century Homes; Innovative Designs by North America’s Leading Architects, published by Panache Partners, LLC, 2011, for Songbird Lane, Stoney Meadows, Weekend House, and Loft Upon Cork.

 

Builder Online, August 2011, for “Loft Upon Cork,” in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

 

American Builders Quarterly, July/August 2011, for “Das Swartzenreader Haus,” in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Luxury Home Quarterly, June 2011, Page 91, for “Das Swartzenreader Haus,” in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Architecture Leaders Today, Volume II, Spring 2011, Page 93, for “Songbird Lane,” in Frederick County, Virginia, “Das Swartzenreader Haus,” in Winchester, Virginia, “The City Meat Building,” in Winchester, Virginia, and “Loft Upon Cork,” in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

 

Remodeling magazine, February 2011, Page 46, for “Songbird Lane,” in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

Home & Design Portfolio, 2011, Top 100 Designers, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design, DC, MD, VA.

 

Architecture DC, October 2010, page 23, for “Loft Upon Cork”, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Architecture DC, October 2009, page 38, for “The City Meat Building”, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Washingtonian magazine, October 2009 for “The Squire” (The Phelps / Cregan Residence), in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

Washingtonian magazine, May 2009 for “72 Top Remodelers – Good Architects, Design / Build Firms, and General Contractors – All Chosen by Their Peers – Who Can Get the Job Done Right.”

 

Residential Architect, January / February 2009 for “The Lowdown on the Downturn from Reader & Swartz and others.”

 

Inform, 2008: Issue Number Two, for The Old Frederick County Court House, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Veranda magazine, May-June 2008, for the Blue Ridge Pool House, in Clarke County, Virginia.

 

Washingtonian magazine, March 2008, for “They Know Design – Here are 37 Top Architects Who Design Beautiful Homes, Additions, and Renovations.”

 

Builder magazine, March 2008, for The House on Shiner’s Hill (The Swartzenreader Haus), in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Architecture DC, Winter 2007, page 26, for “Cabin on Middle Ridge”, in Highview, West Virginia.

 

Library Design, by John Flannery and Karen Smith, published by teNeues Publishing Group, 2007, for the Vest-Pocket Library and the Swartzenreader Library, both in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Residential Architect, November / December 2007, for The City Meat Building, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Dream Homes Greater Washington, D.C. A showcase of the Finest Architects in Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., published by Panache Partners, LLC, 2007, which features our firm and four of our residential projects.

 

Inform, 2007: Issue Number Two, for The Old Frederick County Court House, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Architecture DC, Winter 2006, page 26, for “Old Frederick County Court House”, in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Northern Virginia magazine, September 2006, for Sweetbay Farm, in Statesville, North Carolina.

 

Inform, 2006: Issue Number Two, for The House on Shiner’s Hill (The Swartzenreader Haus), in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Washingtonian magazine, August 2006, for “Top Remodelers: Here Are Local Architects and Builders Who Get Good Recommendations”, and for the House on Shiner’s Hill (The Swartzenreader Haus), in Winchester, Virginia.

 

The Face of Home, by Jeremiah Eck, published by the Taunton Press, 2006, for the Wheatland Farms Log Cabin, in Waterford, Virginia.

 

Washingtonian magazine, June 2005, for the Washingtonian Design Awards, for the Wheatland Farms Log Cabin, in Waterford, Virginia.

 

Residential Architect, May 2005, for the House on Shiner’s Hill (the Swartzenreader Haus), in Winchester, Virginia.

 

Inform, 2004: Issue Number Four, for The House on Shiner’s Hill (The Swartzenreader Haus), in Winchester, Virginia.

 

The Getaway Home: Discovering Your Home Away From Home, by Dale Mulfinger, published by The Taunton Press, 2004, for the West Virginia Weekend House, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Southern Living, September 2004, for the Wheatland Farms Log Cabin, in Waterford, Virginia.

 

American Dream Homes, Fall 2004, for the West Virginia Weekend House, in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Residential Architect, May 2004, for the Wheatland Farms Log Cabin, in Waterford, Virginia.

 

Residential Architect, April 2004, for “Architects’ Choice” review of architectural products and materials.

 

Washingtonian Magazine, May 2003, for “Top Remodelers: Here Are Local Architects and Builders Recommended by Experts”.

 

Inform, 2003: Issue Number Four, for the Wheatland Farms Log Cabin, in Waterford, Virginia.

 

Southern Living, September 2003, for the Seaway House (The Scoville Residence), in Rappahannock County, Virginia.

 

21:4:21 Exhibition. The firm’s work was shown in an exhibit of 21 emerging architects for the 21st century. Sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 2003.

 

Inform, 2002: Issue Number Three, for “Low- Tech Livability,” for Seaway House (The Scoville Residence), in Rappahannock County, Virginia.

 

Inform, 2002: Issue Number Two, for “The Other Elizabeth,” a boutique for Elizabeth Locke Jewels, in Boyce, Virginia.

 

Home magazine, March 2001, for the West Virginia Weekend House, Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Southern Living, February 2001, for the West Virginia Weekend House, Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Town & Country, September 2000, for “The Other Elizabeth,” a retail store for Locke Jewels in Boyce, Virginia.

 

Custom Home, July / August 2000, for the West Virginia Weekend House, Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Inform, 2000, Issue Number One, for the West Virginia Weekend House, Shepherdstown, West Virginia.

 

Southern Living, February 1999 issue, for an addition to Little Briars (Brown Residence) in Boyce, Virginia

 

Custom Home, March / April 1998 issue, for the McKay / Kalbian Residence.

 

Inform, 1997: Number Four Issue, for “Emerging Talent: The Profession’s Next Wave,” and for the McKay / Kalbian Residence in Boyce, Virginia.

 

Southern Living, November 1997, for renovations and additions to the McKay / Kalbian Residence, Boyce, Virginia.

 

Inform, Winter 1995 Issue, for the Law Offices of Hobert, Kerr & Perka, P.C., Berryville, Virginia.

 

Inform, (published by The Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects), Women in Architecture issue, Winter 1993.

 

Progressive Architecture, triennial Young Architects issue, July 1993.

 

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