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2012 Residential Entries

Cameron Village Residence

Cameron VillageDan Huffman Architecture

The owner’s of this modest two-story townhouse wanted to add a child’s bedroom and bath and reconfigure the existing limited space to be more comfortable. The rear roof was raised to make the additional space while several other design changes brought more natural light inside, improved views, and increased the townhouse’s overall useable space.

Corbin Residence

CorbinAngerio Design & Smith Sinnett Architecture

A Raleigh residence is the new home for an energetic, mother, grandmother and homebuilder. The owner requested a simple floor plan designed to entertain and enjoy extended family. Nestled in a rustic, wooded area directly across from a state park, the new home is vibrant and ready to handle children and young grandchildren.

Duda Residence

DudaDuda Paine Architects

The design of this single-family residence is based on a premise of flexibility and evolving lifestyle. The home is comprised of three pavilions held together with two connectors that allow the family’s activities to flow easily. The master suite, living/entertainment and children/ visitor wings are organized around two courtyards. In temperate weather, the house’s interior expands to the terrace and courtyard.

Roberson Residence

RobersonRatio Architects

This home addition expands living spaces, kitchen, dining and storage into a deep site, allowing extended views of the wooded property while opening the house to ample southern sunlight. The modern addition contrasts with the existing brick ranch while creating continuity through roof shapes and scale. Relocated stairs create an efficient relationship between the addition and existing spaces.

Rogers Alley Residence

Roger’s AlleyEllen Cassilly Architect

The project is in the heart of a revitalized part of downtown Durham. The developer could have simply added more office space on the third floor, but decided to make a true mixed-use building. The architect maintained original wood floors, beams and brick walls while creating open and lively urban residences.

The Addison Residence

The AddisonMaurer Architecture

This renovated three-story, 18,500 SF, historic downtown Durham warehouse has been infused with new life. The building now features residential, retail and office spaces. Eleven apartments range from 533 SF one-bedroom units to 1,100 SF two-bedroom units and provide an affordable option for city living. They feature exposed brick and original hardwood floors.

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