Straddling a Sonoma ridge, this contemporary house is an edgy mix of weathered boards, corrugated metal, and a plan that invites outdoor living.
Multiuse rooms, built-in furniture, and carefully orchestrated sightlines are just a few of the tools that can help you to get the most out of the space you have
A sophisticated mix of simple shapes and familiar materials breathes new life into a venerable house style.
This bold take on a traditional Southern style incorporates modern materials and storm resistance into a new neighborhood home.
With low-maintenance exteriors, accessible floor plans, and special attention to day-to-day convenience, these two houses can accommodate the changing needs of their aging baby-boomer owners.
An architect designs a small in-town house that uses sustainable materials, solar energy, and water conservation to improve quality of life (and afford it).
Tripled in size, this house went from a weekend cottage to a home for four and still fits quietly into its old neighborhood.
A batch of small changes revitalizes a tired floor plan, and a 400-sq.-ft. addition crowns the house with a graceful new roof.
A new cottage makes the most of a narrow lot with charming details outside and comfy nooks within
High ceilings and long views give this 540-sq.-ft. infill cottage an expansive personality.
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