Meant to inspire, this department is photo-centric but thoughtfully curated to ensure solid takeaway lessons. Architects share project-specific design/build challenges and solutions.
Lewis Builders improves upon an iconic build.
The heart of the expansive bookcase in this modern remodel of a 1960s home is an original exterior wall stripped down to the studs.
Rift-sawn white oak paneling is the dominant material in this modern home built by a cabinetmaker.
When converting this house on Martha's Vineyard from a two-family to a single-family, LDa Architecture & Interiors reworked the floor plan to make the home feel more spacious.
Eric Moser’s evolution cottages are based on an incremental approach to building.
Nea and Michael Poole transform a storied hay barn into a residence of distinction.
A 1950s ranch house benefits from a strategic redesign by the team at SHED Architecture & Design.
Balzer & Tuck Architecture accommodate single-floor living in a two-story structure.
Architect Ross Chapin explains the benefits and opportunities inherent in pocket neighborhoods.
Dan Nelson’s “Tsunami House” is designed to resist the ultimate force of nature.
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