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09 27 14We won three AIA NC Design Awards!

09 26 14: Erin spoke at the AIA NC Design Conference!

09 13 14: Jeremy and Mary won the Live-Work Micro-Dwelling Design Competition!

09 13 14: Matt spoke at the Activate 14 Urban Design Conference!

05 01 14Welcome to our new Studio-Mate Mary!

08 06 13We are hosting First Friday! Come join!

07 25 13: We received the second place George Matsumoto Prize!

07 15 13: Congrats on being a certified Architect Oz!

05 15 13: Welcome to our new Studio-Mate Jeremy!

03 15 13: We moved into a new space! Come visit us at 704 N. Person Street!

11 05 12: Welcome to our new Studio-Mate Oz!

09 17 12: We received two honorable mentions this week for the ReSpace and HOME competitions!

06 18 12: in situ studio one of Residential Architect's 15 Young Firms to Watch

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December 2012

Happy Holidays from in situ studio!

Thank you for another year of support. We hope your Holiday Season is filled with the good company of family and friends. Best wishes for the New Year!

New Pictures

We are thrilled to look back on such a wonderful year, and look forward to many more. In our short and sweet Holiday newsletter, we are sharing new pictures of four projects completed in 2012. Thank you to Richard Leo Johnson for his photographic expertise!

The Chasen Residence is a 1,450 sqft, affordable, modern home in East Downtown Raleigh. Thanks to clients Adam and Auditi, contractor Axiom Green Build, and millwork subcontractor Dopko Cabinetry. ArchDaily featured the Chasen Residence this month! See more pictures on our website, and on Nicole's recent blog post

Stoneridge, located in Chapel Hill, is a renovation and addition to a 1980's deck house. The residence was featured on this year's AIAT Residential Architecture Tour. Thanks to clients Chris and Annu, and contractorRedfoot and Weber. ArchDaily featured Stoneridge this month! See more pictures on our website.

Bida Manda is a Laotian restaurant in downtown Raleigh, featuring an impressive, community-built stick wall installation. Thanks to clients and restaurateurs Vansana and Vanvisa, and contractor Southeastern Properties and Development Company. See more pictures on our website.

The NCBG Plant Sale Shade Structure is a free-standing structure that provides shade to protect and sell plants grown in the North Carolina Botanical Garden. Thanks to our clients, the NCBG staff, for this opportunity. See more pictures on our website.

Here's here to an amazing 2013!

in situ studio

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