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.
Nova Scotia–based engineer Natalie Leonard designs residential construction plans based on building science research.
A discovery during demolition changed the original plan to use conventional wood framing for this whole-house renovation.
A cost-effective, alternative installation for a house with exterior insulation.
With low-slung roofs and strong horizontal lines, this new build embodies the renowned midcentury-modern style.
Architect Al Tozer devised a sleek, cantilevered steel structure with large-format doors and windows to take advantage of this home's stunning natural surrounding.
New framing added to reinforce an aging structure inspired a creative use of space in the remodel of this 1950s home.
Cramped apartments make way for a bright and airy kitchen and breakfast nook when converting this historic Philadelphia building into a single spacious home.
Non-structural beams help a new kitchen match the aesthetic of this post-and-beam home.
NYC-based architect Denise Lee strikes a perfect balance in an imperfect old building.
Peter B. Rice & Co. build efficiencies into a new 1000-sq.-ft. ocean-front house.
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