New Book Features Stunning Architectural Design Concepts by Leading Architects

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Leading Residential Architects™ showcases some of the nation's finest residential architecture

Sandow Media's new coffee-table-style architecture book, Leading Residential Architects™, features the work of 39 well-respected and award-winning architects from across the country. The 296-page book is a stunning visual display of residential architectural design concepts, featuring trends in modern residential architecture.

Leading Residential Architects™, the first book in The Perfect Home™ book series from Sandow Media Corporation, depicts the distinct aesthetic philosophy that each architect and their firm brings to its projects. Biographies of each architectural firm are included along with an incredible photographic portfolio of the architects' most significant projects. From American Shingle style to Mediterranean Revival, these homes articulate both style and substance.

Containing over 300 color photographs, Leading Residential Architects™ captures the essence of what it means to have a home that is memorable, satisfying and enduring. For those who are planning to build their dream home or who simply love good home design and modern residential architecture, Leading Residential Architects™ is a valuable sourcebook.

Architects featured in the book include:

Alabama - Bargainer Davis Sims

Alaska - Black & White Studio Architects

Arizona - Robinette Architects, Inc.

California - Scheurer Architects

Colorado - Rudi Fisher Architects

Connecticut - Roger Bartels Architects

Florida - Bridges, Marsh & Associates (featured in the book as Bridges, Marsh and Carmo)

Georgia - PFVS - Portman Fruchtman Vinson Sunderland

Hawaii - Spencer Architects

Idaho - McLaughlin & Associates

Illinois - Benvenuti & Stein, Inc.

Iowa - Architects Wells Kastner Schipper

Kentucky - Steven R. Graves Architects

Louisiana - Barry Fox Associates

Maine - John Morris Architects

Maryland - Boggs & Partners Architects

Massachusetts - Ahern Schopfer & Assoc.

Michigan - DesRosiers Architects

Minnesota - Smuckler Architects

Mississippi - Lewis Graeber III & Associates

Montana - Locati Architects

Montana - Briggs Architecture & Design (moved from Missouri)

Nevada - MRJ Architects

New Hampshire - TMS Architects

New Jersey - Outerbridge Morgan Architecture & Space

New Mexico - Lloyd & Associates

New York - Boris Baranovich Architects

North Carolina - Shamburger Design Studio

Ohio - West Carroll Architecture

Oregon - Arbor South Architecture

Pennsylvania - Richard M. Cole & Associates

South Carolina - Christopher Rose Architects

Tennessee - Looney Ricks Kiss

Texas - Collins Architects & Construction Company

Utah - JSA Architects

Virginia - Island Architects

Washington - Krannitz Gehl Architects

Wisconsin - McCormack & Etten Architects

Wyoming - Ellis Nunn & Associates

If you are interested in viewing one of the architects' chapters in the book online, please visit Leading Residential Architects™ at

Leading Residential Architects™ is available at,, and at select retail booksellers stores nationwide.

About The Perfect Home™ Book Series

Leading Residential Architects™ is part of The Perfect Home™ Book Series, an outstanding collection of inspiring images and ideas for creating the home of your dreams. From custom homes in luxurious landscapes to dazzling interior spaces and remarkable renovations, each book in the series contains a stunning array of full-color photographs accompanied by profiles of the leading professionals in the various fields of home design. To learn more about the books below, please visit us at

Leading Residential Architects™

Leading Residential Landscape Professionals™

Leading Residential Interior Designers™

Leading Custom Home Builders™

Leading Kitchen and Bath Designers™

Leading Residential Architects™

By Sandow Media Corporation

Hardcover, 296 pages, 11 x 11 in.

ISBN: 0-9764713-1-0



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