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From BenH, WAZ, grayhomes, and Jersey01:

M+A Architecture Studio

http://www.maarchitecturestudio.com/

Savino Architecture (Monica Savino)

http://savinoarchitecture.com/

Collaborative Designworks

http://www.collaborativedesignworks.com/

Robertson Design

http://www.robdes.com/

Intexure

http://www.intexure.com/

Interloop

http://www.interlooparchitecture.com/

Nonya Grenader

http://nonyagrenaderarchitect.com/

Gordon Wittenberg, AIA (Wittenberg Oberholzer Architects)

Glassman Shoemake Maldonado

http://gsmarchitects.net/

Natalye Appel

http://www.appelarchitects.com/

Su Nguyen, Metropolitan Design Group, inc. and StudioMet.net.

http://www.mdgi.net / http://www.studiomet.net

Strasser Ragni

http://www.strasserragni.com/

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Who did the house that was on the most recent AIA home tour, located in the heights on ? 1/2 Street, on a huge lot?

Anyone know?

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Thanks for making this an important topic!

This house was on the AIA tour, but I don't know if that's what you're talking about. I'd recommend them as well.

http://www.mc2architects.com/residential/johnson.htm

And don't forget...

Stern & Bucek

http://www.sternbucek.com/

Carlos Jimenez

http://carlosjimenezstudio.com/

Who did the house that was on the most recent AIA home tour, located in the heights on ? 1/2 Street, on a huge lot?

Anyone know?

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I found it... It's by McIntyre/Robinowitz at 621 E. 8 1/2 St. Although I don't know what their website address is... google didn't turn up anything in the first 4 pages.

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I found it... It's by McIntyre/Robinowitz at 621 E. 8 1/2 St. Although I don't know what there website address is... google didn't turn up anything in the first 4 pages.

I don't think they have a website, but the house on the AIA Tour last year was one of my favorites, as was Palmer Schooley's.

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