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Improved flow, more natural light, and a connection to the outdoors modernize a creekside Minnesota home.
An architect designs a right-sized, certified Platinum home on a challenging building lot in British Columbia.
A Vermont architect uses the state’s energy-efficiency guidelines to craft a new zero-energy home steeped in traditional character.
This new home blends the nostalgia of a traditional Massachusetts farmhouse with the needs of a 21st-century family.
This new home for a Navajo family blends traditional values with modern details and materials.
In addition to the six award-winning projects selected by the Fine Homebuilding editors, we also asked our readers to select their favorite homes.
Although we know how to build healthy, comfortable, durable homes, mostly we don’t … but not because it’s too expensive.
Whether you’re in a historic district or an upscale development, the secrets of success are the same.
The completed house is durable, efficient, and attractive with a flexible floor plan on each level
Design ideas from the Fine Homebuilding photographers.
We’ve created a shortsighted market where buyers need to pack as much resale value as possible into their initial costs because that’s all appraisers will tally and all lenders will underwrite.
A real-world relationship with building materials and processes makes architects better at their jobs.
Great finds inspired by our best houses.
A banquette is a great way to efficiently accommodate a table and seating in a space that would otherwise be too cramped for a more conventional dining table and chairs.
Steve Baczek is keeping craft alive by pushing the envelope of modern building
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