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Award Winning Homes: A Wooded Retreat in Glen Echo

One of Washington’s premiere architects, Robert Gurney was just awarded an American Institute of Architects Housing Award for this contemporary home in Bethesda’s woodsy Glen Echo neighborhood.  The only Washington-based architect to win an award this year, Gurney also garnered the most votes in The Washingtonian’s top architects survey, which was published in March.

In the Barnaby Woods neighborhood in Northwest DC, Gurney is creating another masterpiece—for himself.  To read how he is transforming a 1934 center-hall Colonial into an all-white brick and metal contemporary, click here.

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