This project strikes a balance between agricultural design references and the warmth of a classic home. The metal water tank (on right) was needed to satisfy fire suppression requirements. The…
Using a jig to install deck cable rail is essential for a fast, accurate layout.
Overlooking the Puget Sound on Queen Anne Hill, this garden pavilion is a dramatic modernist treat. On a sloping hillside, the “front” opens up with soaring windows. On the entry…
A listener asks the Fine Homebuilding editors for advice on how to get her MIA carpenter to come back and complete her shed project.
A compact home can feel roomy if the living space expands into the yard and the neighborhood around it.
Forty five minutes South of San Francisco there exists an entirely different world. Coastal Redwoods grow in quiet ravines where homes dot the sloping hillsides. I spotted this home while…
The structure of this picture window echoes the shape of a child’s drawing of a house. Clearing the furniture (literally) and shooting the space symmetrically further abstracts and flattens the…
A unique twist on poolside indoor-outdoor living space.
The privacy wall for this unit matches the decking.
Silver LEED certification and native plantings make this a remarkable project.
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