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.
An exposed steel moment frame meets code requirements, allowing for a large open kitchen and dining-room space.
A number of cost-saving measures results in a well-organized farmhouse and separate guest dwelling built on a tight budget.
Removing the mansard roof and exposing the original structure beneath brought new life to this waterfront home.
Northern Minnesota designer Randy Williams omitted the concrete under the floors in this new house—a growing trend among builders of energy-efficient homes.
Architect Nir Pearlson designs a compact, sustainable home on the edge of an Oregon hamlet.
Nova Scotia–based engineer and builder Natalie Leonard designs plans for affordable super-insulated homes based on solid 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 the natural surroundings.
Get it all with All Access
© 2020 The Taunton Press, Inc. All rights reserved.
Become a member and get instant access to thousands of videos, how-tos, tool reviews, and design features.
Start your subscription today and save up to 52%