In this 2013 article, the News and Observer's WALTER magazine interviews the Martins on how their house meets their goals of "something small but efficient, in a walkable, downtown neighborhood"
The website "New Raleigh" featured this article, written by Tina Govan, which looks at the advantages and opportunities that connected, dense, walkable neighborhoods have to offer.
Fine Homebuilding's feature article on the Goodall Addition, September 2008, issue no.197.
Fine Homebuilding chooses the Martin Residence for its annual HOUSES issue, summer 2010, issue no.211.
See Fine Homebuilding's 2013 video of the Broken China Farmhouse.
Fine Homebuilding's feature article on the Eich Residence for its annual HOUSES issue, summer 2011.
Fine Homebuilding selects the Broken China Farmhouse for its 2013 "Editor's Choice award," appearing in its annual HOUSES issue.
Fine Homebuilding features the NC Mountain Lake House, recipient of a 2013 Reader's Choice Award.
NC State University architecture professor and department head Robin Abrams writes about the Martin Residence in the News and Observer, November 2009.
Architectural Record features the Martin Residence in its online magazine "Green Source," in a piece written by architectural journalist Mike Welton.
The national online magazine "Architects + Artisans" features the Broken China Farmhouse, written by editor-in-chief Mike Welton, January 2010.
Listen to Fine Homebuilding's audio slideshow of the Goodall Addition.
The News and Observer features the Goodall Addition, written by NC State University architecture professor Georgia Bizios, March 2007.
NC State University architecture professor Patrick Rand reviews the Broken China Farmhouse in the News and Observer, July 2008.
Architecture Week, an international online architecture magazine, features the Leinbach Residence.
The News and Observer features the Leinbach Residence, written by NC State University architecture professor Paul Tesar, March 2006.
Fine Homebuilding features the Bright Renovation in its May 2006 issue.
A feature story on the Jones Renovation is published in Fine Homebuilding, January 2010, issue no.208.
This short video documents a group of boys who grew up together in downtown Raleigh exploring the outdoors. It is testimony to the importance of autonomous outdoor play for children, and the need for our cities and towns to provide such opportunities. It has been shown at the 2012 Playworks Conference in the UK and at NCSU's 2012 Growing in Place symposium in Raleigh, NC. It was also featured on Tim Gill's UK site Rethinking Childhood.