2010

Butler Armsden Architects wins in the Residential Architecture Under 3,000 s.f. Category and is featured in the February/March 2010 issue of California Home and Design. Yolo County Cabin was built for architect Lewis Butler’s parents in the middle of California’s agricultural heartland. A modern take on agricultural vernacular architecture combines the traditional water tower and yard shed forms creating a modern farmhouse.

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