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Constructive forces

“This is the first time we have ever had an underground location on our tour,” says Melissa Hunt, executive director of AIACOC, referring to Mike and Mary Price’s loft home, where 14 inches of soil and sod serve as a roof. Its uniqueness, she says, is merely one example of the wide appeal of homes

Arch tone

One would be wrong. “There is no theme, per se,” says Melissa Hunt, executive director of AIACOC. “We decided that Architecture Week itself is the theme, because the week is all about celebrating architecture and promoting the importance of good design.” Fair enough, especially since the nine select spots comprising April 14’s self-guided tour harbor

Seamans says

Ask Norman architect Andrew Seamans where he expects to take his D5 Architecture Company in the next decade, and he reaches for a 200-page notebook that sits next to his desk. “Ten years, you said?” Seamans says, flipping through the book he completed with the help of a business coach. A Michigan native, he’s always