From Creole to Victorian, architect Alec Adamick shares examples of four prominent architectural styles in New Orleans.
Architect Robert Gurney reshapes history at 308 Mulberry Street.
A sustainable building material wins favor on multiple fronts.
Having four growing boys share a bathroom would be a challenge. Putting in an industrial sink with multiple faucets is an inspired solution. Making bold design choices that fall out…
This remodel saves parental sanity by exiling the kid to the roof!
40 years later, the original owners' children finally update a vacation getaway.
This addition to a 1920’s row house offers a balance between old and new.
This home was built from a Better Homes and Garden plan in 1962
A keen observer tours some of the designs that have grown out of the environmental, cultural, technological, economic, and historical context of the American West.
These homes were inspired by "shotgun houses" that were first built in New Orleans around 1850.
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