Home Exteriors

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Green Roof Architect Karla Dakin Green Roof Awards

A 2019 winner in Green Roofs for Healthy Cities’ Awards of Excellence, the Room for A view project by landscape Architect Karla Dakin was designed for clients who did not want to stare out their bedroom and bathroom windows onto a bare, roof membrane. Photo: Courtesy Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Green Roof Architect Karla Dakin Green Roof Awards

A 2019 winner in Green Roofs for Healthy Cities’ Awards of Excellence, the Room for A view project by landscape Architect Karla Dakin was designed for clients who did not want to stare out their bedroom and bathroom windows onto a bare, roof membrane. Photo: Courtesy Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Feature Article
42nd Street NW

By stitching together the old and the new, Jonathan Kuhn Architecture transformed a brick-box home into a modern showstopper with wood cladding, a 20-foot rear expansion, and an extra 15 feet in vertical height.

42nd Street NW

By stitching together the old and the new, Jonathan Kuhn Architecture transformed a brick-box home into a modern showstopper with wood cladding, a 20-foot rear expansion, and an extra 15 feet in vertical height.

Case Study
19 Thermory Cladding Ash Installation Modern House

Thermory USA takes species such as white ash, Scots pine, and Kodiak spruce and put them through a heat-based process that increases their resistance to rot, moisture, and insects. The boards have end joints that reduce the amount of cutting and increases installation speed, the company says.

19 Thermory Cladding Ash Installation Modern House

Thermory USA takes species such as white ash, Scots pine, and Kodiak spruce and put them through a heat-based process that increases their resistance to rot, moisture, and insects. The boards have end joints that reduce the amount of cutting and increases installation speed, the company says.

Feature Article