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Lessons in residential design

Code Shock
Code ShockOnline Membership Required

Prepare to face the strictest building codes in history

What's the Difference: Designs for Accessibility
What's the Difference: Designs for Accessibility

Accessible design, universal design, and aging-in-place design

Improve Your Work With SketchUp
Improve Your Work With SketchUpOnline Membership Required

Here are the many ways one builder uses a free design program to avoid complications, to plan more efficiently, and to raise the quality of his work.

How to Afford an Architect
How to Afford an Architect

Proven ways to save the design team’s time and your money

How Much Will it Cost?

An architect's reality checklist helps you to project the true costs of a new home or remodel before it gets to the drawing board

Building Affordable Houses

By including his subcontractors in the design process and watching every penny, a Midwestern builder creates attractive starter homes for $45 per sq. ft.

The kitchen is dead. Long live the...active living space?

The new kitchen is the domestic version of the village square

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