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  • Celebrating 10 Years at Aamodt / Plumb
    Aamodt / Plumb Architects was founded in May 2007 by Mette Aamodt and Andrew Plumb. And this month we celebrate our 10 year anniversary.   They say that 50% of... The post Celebrating 10 Years at Aamodt / Plumb appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • Texas Houses Win Architizer A+ Awards
    Two Texas houses win simultaneous Architizer A+ Awards. Marc Kushner, CEO of Architizer writes, “This is an unparalleled honor. Entries were received from over 100 countries, and your work truly represents... The post Texas Houses Win Architizer A+ Awards appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • Warming Hut Shortlisted For WAN Award
    Our Smokehouse was shortlisted in the WAN Small Space Awards. You can see all the finalists here. We just love this juror's comments. "I can imagine there’s nothing more inviting than to go into this little smoke hut, lined with wool and warm up. It’s very well executed, simply done to create a very extraordinary internal space." The post Warming Hut Shortlisted For WAN Award appeared first on Aam...
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  • Home, Sense and Space
    The home is unique in that it is universally familiar and yet individually distinct. It is a place where our senses and bodies are activated and used to understand and use its space. The scale of the home puts us in close proximity to the things around us allowing us to see and feel the spaces differently than in other settings. Our vision sense is altered by this scale and becomes less dominant a...
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  • Top 10 Must-Haves for Your Modern Vacation Home
    You might be dreaming about a new beach house right now as you soak up the last rays of sun. Or you may already be planning that ski house in Vermont you have always wanted. Either way, you are going to want to make sure you get it right. You can go ahead and ask the Jones’ what they are doing or you can read this list from an expert who designs dream homes every day. The post Top 10 Must-Haves fo...
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  • Aamodt Plumb is Radically Holistic
    Mette and Andrew were interviewed about their life and practice by Sam Lubell after receiving Curbed’s Groundbreakers Award. The article entitled "Cambridge Architecture Firm Aamodt Plumb is Radically Holistic in Life and Work" is linked here and reprinted below. The post Aamodt Plumb is Radically Holistic appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • Aamodt / Plumb Selected as Groundbreakers
    Curbed’s inaugural Groundbreakers award honors dozens of architects, from eight firms both seasoned and new, who are making cutting-edge work that’s changing the way the built world functions. The awards... The post Aamodt / Plumb Selected as Groundbreakers appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • Wabi Sabi – Japanese Beauty and Imperfection
    At age 23 I spent a year in Japan studying, travelling and collecting tea cups. After graduating from Barnard I received a Japanese Monbusho Research Fellowship given out by their Department of Education and headed off to Japan with very little preparation. The post Wabi Sabi – Japanese Beauty and Imperfection appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • James Turrell: Meeting at MOMA PS1
    One of artist James Turrell’s celebrated Skyspaces, Meeting is a site-specific installation that invites viewers to gaze upwards toward an unobstructed view of the sky. A key representative of the “Light and Space” movement centered in Los Angeles during the 1960s, James Turrell The post James Turrell: Meeting at MOMA PS1 appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architects.
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  • New Approach to Custom Home Building
    Building a custom home from the ground up means you can have everything exactly how you want it. It can be the home you have always imagined, that you have day dreamed about while flipping through books and magazines. The home can be designed to your exact specifications and it can be built on just the right site that you selected yourself. So why don’t more people do it? The post New Approach to ...
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  • Tips for Starting an Art Collection
    The most important thing is to look and to wait and to spend time thinking, looking, feeling. People who say, “I want to collect,” and then come in and buy something immediately sometimes have buyer’s remorse. It’s probably not buyer’s remorse, but they’ll outgrow it quicker than if you spend time with it. Patience is probably my best advice. The post Tips for Starting an Art Collection appeared ...
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  • Norway – Landscape, Light and Atmosphere
    The pictures were taken on our 2007 trip to Norway when Andrew and I traveled by train from Oslo to Bergen over the high plateau called Hardangervidda. From Bergen we took a steam ship called the Hurtigruten up the western coast of Norway to Ålesund and Trondheim. This is the best way to see Norway's fjords and I highly recommend it. The post Norway – Landscape, Light and Atmosphere appeared first...
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  • Shou Sugi Ban: The Traditional Art of Charred Wood
    Shou Sugi Ban, or Yakisugi, is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it. Traditionally, Sugi (Japanese Cyprus) was used but cedar is also a good substitute. The process involves charring the wood, cooling it, cleaning it, and finishing it with a natural oil. The post Shou Sugi Ban: The Traditional Art of Charred Wood appeared first on Aamodt / Plumb Architec...
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  • Panelized Prefab Scores Trifecta on Time, Cost and Quality
    Aamodt / Plumb Architects , Bensonwood & Risinger Homes presents: Panelized Prefab Scores Trifecta on Time, Cost and Quality ArchitectureBoston Expo Seminar A43: Tuesday Nov 15, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM This is a case study of a modern custom home designed for a fixed timeline and budget using off-site fabricated panels. By preconceiving the construction delivery process the team was able to optim...

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