Brian Hayes and Michael Maines are among a small number of residential building pioneers who are beginning to consider embodied carbon in their projects.
Explore these examples of high-performance homes to get inspiration for your own energy-saving home projects.
Carpenter and longtime Fine Homebuilding contributor Scott McBride takes a look at the evolution of the American kitchen through the 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.
The Esse Ironheart wood-fired stove is a space heater, cooktop, and oven all rolled into one.
Stone Forest combines stone, metal, and wood into industrial-chic vanities and storage units in their Elemental bathroom collection.
Schluter Systems sleek metal shower shelves come in a variety of shapes and styles to fit any tile shower enclosure.
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.
Custom wine-bottle shelves turn a kitchen island into a unique centerpiece in this new kitchen.
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