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Home Adore May 08 2013

This country house is developed from the urban concept of two houses unified by the street between them. The integration of the site positioning, the floor plans, the 3 dimensional form, the massing of masonry and the orientation toward the view and the sun, give this passive solar house its distinctive character. The South House includes the kitchen, dining room, and living room. It is open to the street, with...

Daily News Record May 08 2013

City Architect Spins Off Into Furniture Design    

AskMen April 10 2013

Double-O Bamboo Nesting Tables ($169)   Nesting is the name of the game in small spaces, folks. These are not only sharply designed and tuck away easily for storage, but they also work great as side tables, end tables, night stands or stands for whatever you need, whether it be a laptop, books, food or anything else.Buy it here. Read more: http://www.askmen.com/fine_living/galleries/50-small-things-for-your-tiny-house-15.html#ixzz2Q4eNtjh4

Startup Grind DC February 25 2013

Rosetta Stone Founder Eugene Stoltzfus Shares Enduring Startup Insights With D.C. Tech Crowd February 20th, 2013 by Carl Pierre Despite the busy hustle and buzz of D.C. Social Media Week, Startup Grind D.C.‘s monthly meetup (which they held yesterday evening) had a pretty decent turnout. For those unfamiliar with Startup Grind, they host a monthly event in which a brilliant thought leader from the tech community who has met success founding a...

New York Times February 27 2013

Must Haves for the Micro-Pad By JESSE McKINLEY Published: July 11, 2012 SO you’ve finally made it to the Big City, and all you can afford is a mini-apartment. Such is the situation outlined this week by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg when he announced a competition to design a building of so-called “micro-units,” no bigger than 300 square feet, presumably tailor-made for single adults, childless couples or really, really good...

Daily News Record February 27 2013

An 'old school' architect By Florence Barrett Posted: March 28, 2012 “I love the school, not because it was old, but because it was good. It was so simple and so straightforward. The school is such an extraordinary old building. I saw it as good construction.” Architect Eugene Stoltzfus didn’t know the men who built the 1903 Singers Glen Schoolhouse. But he says he knows a lot about them just...

Module-R February 27 2013

Getting Corked: Euclid Cork Furniture Ancient geometries unite with contemporary aesthetics and an interest in sustainability to create the Euclid series of cork furniture. Formed of cubes, cylinders and half-cylinders, this elegant suite is the work of Eugene Stoltzfus, an architect who returned to the profession in 2006 after years running a well-known language software company founded by his brother. Stoltzfus’ training as an architect informs the design principles behind...

Dwell on Design February 27 2013

Accompanying Kellee Adams living wall, are Euclid Cork Bears designed by Eugene Stoltzfus.

Pamela Leone February 27 2013

  HOME RETREAT Posted by Pamela on October 10, 2011 If you need a really convenient space of refuge, Architect Eugene Stoltzfus has designed a quiet place, based on his own experience, for individuals to escape steps away in your own home.   The ZaZen, is a place for meditation or some peace and it’s small enough to fit into almost any living space.   The ZaZen is an engineered space where...

Herman Miller - Lifework February 27 2013

Q+A: Architect Eugene Stoltzfus By Cerentha Harris Here Eugene Stoltzfus talks about his worklife –  from his experience as chairman of the Rosetta Stone, a language software company, to his return to practicing architecture. Your architecture firm was founded in 2006 after you left your job as Chairman and President of Rosetta Stone – the language software company. What spurred that change? I had joined my brother and brother-in-law to...

Treehugger February 27 2013

Best New Sustainable Ideas From Dwell On Design in Los Angeles Lifework at Herman Miller Design / Sustainable Product Design June 28, 2011 Euclid Cork Furnishings by Eugene Stoltzfus Eugene Stoltzfus designed the Euclid series of environmentally friendly cork pieces. I came across them in Jonathan Davis' pieceHome house. Joaquin selected them as bedside tables, raving about their eco-credentials. The pieces, that double as stools and coffee tables, are made...

Apartment Therapy February 27 2013

From Planters to Posters Dwell on Design 2011   It's a good thing I didn't bring spending money, because there were some serious temptations on display at Dwell on Design (offered at a show discount, no less). I made a beeline from afar when I spied this eye-popping yellow planter from Wallter, which I now desperately want for my newly yellow door. I also came across an amazing ceramicist and...