A PV array and high-performance envelope are defining features of this house from Unity Homes.
Crucial elements such as improved drainage, earthquake resistance, and a curbless shower enable this couple to live on the same property as family members.
This homeowner downsized to 673 sq. ft. But don't be mistaken—material choices and layout make this ADU feel large.
This compact and energy-efficient family vacation home sits on a sloping parcel of land looking out on the trails at one of Vermont's ski resorts.
A contemporary new residence in a downtown suburban area has a gabled structure in line with the neighborhoods aesthetic and a roof-mounted solar array that powers everything with renewable energy.
Experience a whole-house refresh of a historic 1904 Dutch Colonial home with new additions, stained-glass panels, and colorful details.
The owners of this 1600-sq.-ft. house in Sonoma County, Calif. selected the site based on its double view: meadow and ocean in front, woods in back.
This house west of downtown Austin, Texas, has floor-to-ceiling glass with no window treatments but uses the topography as a privacy screen.
This historic schoolhouse was transformed into a stunning four-bed, three-bath home with ocean views and a modern open-concept design.
A large deck with a screened porch below it enables this open-concept, two-level home to take advantage of its setting at the edge of Lake Champlain.
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