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Unassisted Living

One of our residential projects has just been published in a book on homes that support the active lifestyles of the aging Baby Boomers generation.Unassisted Living, Ageless Homes for...
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Jericho Fieldhouse

On Thursday night we attended the 2011 AIA VT Design Awards ceremony and were pleased to receive a Merit Award for one of our new residential projects.  This is...
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Stowe Vermont Archit

A Vermont Home

One of our latest residential projects has just been completed in Stowe, VT.  Designed by Lee Grutchfield, this home is sited in a picturesque wooded landscape.  It has an open plan with exposed...
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A New Home on Lake Champlain

We just posted another new project to the website:  this new residence that we recently completed in South Hero, Vermont: This is a lakeshore residence that sits on the...
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Flashback Friday: Sunpower Homes

It’s another Flashback Friday on the blog, with a look back at a project that was innovative in its time. In 1975, Rolf Kielman and Terry Jacobs designed a...
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A Love Affair on Lake Champlain

The Crowe Residence in Shelburne was a labor of love for all who were involved. This light-filled multi-generational home settles comfortably into the landscape, embracing the view  across Lake...
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Villa Verde Vermont

Building a house can be a deeply personal and consuming project.  It can be exhausting, it can seem neverending, but it can also be one of the most rewarding endeavors...
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Passive House design comes to Vermont

The Passive House: it sounds like some kind of strategic mind game for buildings. In actuality, this is a very positive development for designing better buildings. In the quest...
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TruexCullins Goes PreFab

In a recent article in the Champlain Business Journal, we talked about current trends toward building smaller homes that we have experienced in our residential practice.  We also showed...
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When Smaller is Better

Check out this recent article from the Champlain Business Journal, in which Lee Grutchfield weighs in on why building smaller is better… When smaller is better – More homebuyers becoming...
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