Here's a look at the winners in all six categories of Fine Homebuilding's annual design awards: Best New Home, Best Remodel, Best Small Home, Best Energy-Smart Home, Best Traditional Home, and Editor's Choice.
A 1950s ranch house benefits from a strategic redesign by the team at SHED Architecture & Design.
Within the existing footprint and with respect for its historic character, an 1850s home is revived from disrepair and reconfigured with a modern floor plan.
A blandly-styled, ho-hum home is gutted and reborn.
A dated ranch house adopts energy-efficient upgrades, building-science strategies, and an open floor plan.
Plywood and ripped-down studs provide solid backing to create drywall arches.
One listener wonders why he's not seeing much demand for experienced carpenters in his part of the country.
This elegant living room space had “a long road to travel” to get to its current state. The designer puts it this way . . . “You know those silly…
Today's building pros are more willing to swap stories about their crafts than their predecessors were. Is that good or bad for business?
This view of the North side of the farmhouse is one of my favorites. It shows the volume of the building and also feels like a timeless moment. …
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