Archive for the "Residential" Category

Stowe Home featured in Vermont Magazine

One of our recent residential projects has just been published in the latest issue of Vermont Magazine.    “At Home in Vermont” tells the story of how this family’s...

Home is Where the Hearth Is

There may not be much snow on the ground this year, but there is still a chill in the air that reminds us of one reason we love winter...

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...

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...
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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Building on Human Nature

The Truexcullins Blog is a platform for insights and opinions from the design leaders of Truexcullins. Join us as we explore topics related to design innovation, environmental sustainability, and building on human nature.

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