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462 Robert A. Cardello Architects - see pages 330,331, 438, 439 Robert A. Cardello , AIA 60 Post Road West Westport, CT 06880 203.853.2524 www.cardelloarchitects.com After seven years working within high-end residential firms, Robert A. Cardello founded his namesake architecture firm in 1999, launching a distinguished career designing award-winning commercial and residential properties throughout New England and beyond. Bob sees traditional principles as tools for innovative expression rather than boundaries to practice within. He has an uncompromising eye for timeless design, and his thoughtful attention to function and space has allowed his homes to evolve with the families who reside within them. Consistently recognized as one of the top coastal architects in the country, Bob maintains an intentionally small boutique firm where team members work in an open studio environment that fosters creativity and collaboration. Bob believes in exemplary customer service with a personal touch—clients frequently display his working sketches in their finished homes. Reverse Architecture - see pages 228, 229 Carl Solander, AIA, CPHC® 818 Mount Auburn Street Watertown, MA 02472 617.440.3622 www.reversearchitecture.com When Carl Solander founded Reverse Architecture in 2007, it was with the intention of focusing on sustainable, modern design. He and his team quickly realized that historical building forms and methods are often inherently sustainable, and that today's architects have much to learn from integrating these old methods with new assemblies and techniques. Even the firm's name hints at this approach, as reverse engineering is the act of deconstructing a human-made object to reveal its designs, architecture, and code, or to extract knowledge from it. With this understanding in mind, Reverse Architecture works on all aspects of a project, including façades, building systems, interior architecture, and furnishings. Its work has won a number of awards for design excellence, and no doubt there are future award-winning projects in design and under construction now. RLB Architecture - see pages 16-23, 86-91 Richard L. Blumenberg, AIA, LEED 15200 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 201 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 310.459.0244 www.rlbarchitecture.com Since founding RLB Architecture in 1997, Richard L. Blumenberg has been the go-to architect for custom homes and remodels in many of L.A.'s scenic Westside neighborhoods, including the Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Malibu, Brentwood, Bel Air, and Beverly Hills. Drawing inspiration from traditional architectural styles of the past, yet always mindful of the demands of the present and with a keen eye to the future, Richard creates beautiful, luxurious, and functional homes that bring his clients' visions to life. In addition to his many projects, Richard has also completed extensive yet respectful renovations of several homes designed by master architects, including a 1957 Cliff May home in the Pacific Palisades and a 1928 Wallace Neff home in South Pasadena. Patrick Farley Architect - see pages 226, 227, 242-245, 337-341 Patrick Farley, AIA, LEED BD+C 5836 Taylor Creek Road Afton, VA 22920 804.306.4927 www.patrickfarley.net With more than 30 years of practice, Patrick Farley approaches his projects with clear intention and bold objectives. Based in Central Virginia, his eponymous firm seeks to impact peoples' lives in positive and meaningful ways through thoughtful, responsive design. Patrick's background includes general contracting, sustainable development, government projects, permaculture design, nonprofit endeavors, solar-energy systems, and numerous private residences. His experience also includes Virginia Master Naturalist certification, which entails community service and educating the general public around conservation and stewardship of his state's natural resources. As such, Patrick approaches his home designs as careful extensions of the native landscape in response to the homeowners' long-term needs and lifestyles. Plan Architecture - see pages 30-35 Dan D'Agostino, AIA 267 Pascack Road Township of Washington, NJ 07676 201.664.PLAN www.plnarc.com An architect with over two decades of experience, Dan D'Agostino has extensive experience working on projects of varying scales. He's the founder of Plan Architecture, whose portfolio of work ranges from new builds and renovations to single-family dwellings and high-rise mixed-use buildings in dense urban areas. Plan's work has been recognized on multiple levels, having won an AIA Gold Medal for a mixed-use structure designed for Lower Manhattan, secured a 2021 Luxe Red Award, landing recurring appearances on NBC's George to the Rescue, and achieving the coveted "Best Of" award on Houzz. He received his bachelor of architecture degree from the New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT, where he continues to serve as a visiting critic. Dan is also a member of the American Institute of Architects. Redditt Architecture, LLC - see pages 304-307 Johnathan Redditt 789 SW Federal Highway, Suite 201 Stuart, FL 34994 772.291.2726 www.reddittarchitecture.com Redditt Architecture, LLC is an award-winning architectural practice widely recognized for residential design. Each project is designed in close collaboration with artisans, craftsman, designers, and landscape architects to create the perfect harmony of strength, function, and beauty. Founder and Florida native Johnathan Redditt, along with his team, employs traditional methods in their work—such as hand-sketching and model-making—while also embracing the latest technology and computer design tools such as BIM and 3-D printing. This technology not only helps their clients fully understand their designs, but it also helps refine the details prior to construction. Roger H. Newell Architects - see pages 70, 71, 332, 333 Roger H. Newell 1102 Nineteenth Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 206.322.1192 www.rhnewellaia.com Award-winning Seattle architect Roger H. Newell designs unique, highly crafted sculptural architecture that is energy efficient, sustainable, and reflective of clients' needs. As a boutique firm, they have the advantage of providing personalized service with enthusiasm and attention to detail for any sized budget. Projects range in scope from small, affordable houses to million- dollar custom homes; multi-family to mixed-use projects; and commercial structures. Many of his projects have been featured in regional and national publications. Robinette Architects, Inc. - see pages 68, 69, 387-393, 442, 443 Ron Robinette 1670 East River Road, Suite 112 Tucson, AZ 85718 520.323.3979 www.robinettearchitect.com As a Tucson native with nearly 40 years of experience in his field, Ron Robinette has designed more than 350 constructed projects in Southern Arizona. In 1984, he founded Robinette Architects, Inc., a full-service firm with experts in all phases of design and construction, including landscape design. It is a boutique firm focused on producing unique and creative homes that are responsive to their owner's lifestyle and respectful of the Sonoran Desert. And because most of the team members are also Tucson natives, there is an innate feel for how to create living spaces that "live well" year-round in the beautiful environment. The award-winning team specializes in custom homes and is a recognized leader in residential design.

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