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2003 Merit Award

Architect Charles Moore's design pulled the front of the house forward 3 feet and... More

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Grand Award: Modern Makeover

Architect Robert Gurney's inventive design updated this early-1910s apartment with... More

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Grand Award: Asian Aura

Blending Asian and contemporary flavors, Studio H+L's James Linville and Lina... More

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Grand Award: A Welcome Addition

When the owners of this house asked for an addition, architect Ralph Cunningham... More

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Quickbook for Contractors not favored

QuickBooks Premier: Contractor Edition adds a handful of contractor-specific features to the 2003 Premier Edition. At $499.95 for a single user (or $379.95 for an upgrade), the software costs considerably more than the remodeler-approved QuickBooks Pro ($279.95 new, $179.95 for an upgrade). More

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Using digital camera to extend vision behind walls

Blindly routing wires behind walls and through ceilings can be a tricky task. Using the camera's zoom lens when routing over an extended distance, Sanchez gets a better picture than he would with just his eyes. More

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Dual purpose bathroom

Remodeled during phase one of a whole-house project, this first-floor bathroom was designed to serve, during phase two, as the primary bath for guests and the owners' two young children. Separating the vanity from the bathing area, the shelf creates a partially enclosed space above the sink in which guests can freshen up without looking at bath toys. More

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Customers dictate design with laser pointers

Designer Joe Dellano extends the potential of these interactive presentations using equipment more often found in corporate conference rooms.The president of Design Solutions, Arlington, Mass., runs Chief Architect and AutoCAD on his laptop and connects the computer to an LCD projector that displays the design on a retractable screen. A co-founder of the Residential Design/ Build Institute, Dellano believes strongly in an interactive approach to design. More

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Lighting Lab used to demonstrate designs

To introduce and sell lighting design to his customers, electrician Phil Blosser created a "lighting lab" in Blosser Electric's expanded Telford, Pa., office space. Rather than just talking about lighting design basics, Blosser actually demonstrates to customers how accent, task, and ambient lighting schemes can improve on traditional designs. More

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Lighting used to open interior

Island Construction owner Barry Riordan "opened up" this master bath and dressing area in a Gulf Coast/Marco Island, Fla., condominium without adding square footage or significant ceiling height. Riordan's visually cohesive design instead creates the illusion of space using clean lines, symmetry, and light. More

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