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Newsletter 7


October 5th, 2010

Loft wins DC AIA award…

Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C. recently won a design award from the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The Merit Award in Historic Resources was for Loft-Upon-Cork, a private residence in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. View project page.

Photograph by Reader & Swartz Architects, PC

…and gets a write up in the DCMud blog.

Loft-Upon-Cork was also featured in a article, called “The House that Straddled Time.” Learn everything you ever wanted to know about the loft, including hidden libraries and “mechanical lingerie,” here.

Photograph by Reader & Swartz Architects, PC

If you’re interested in a tour of one of our most recently completed projects, the Songbird Lane house is a scheduled stop on this weekend’s Green Homes Tour of Clarke and Frederick Counties. For a brochure and more information about the Green Homes Tour program, click here. Click here to view our project page.

Photograph by Reader & Swartz Architects, PC

Man bites dog. Inexpensive kitchen featured in magazine!!!!!

Kevin Walker’s recently remodeled kitchen also gained some press, making the cut for Washingtonian Magazine’s Dream Kitchens feature. The kitchen actually came in under budget.

Photograph by Kevin Walker, AIA