Photo: courtesy The Evans Group
The kitchen as focal point lives on, with increased emphasis on islands and pantries.
The 1½-story rotunda entry foyer with a view to the den. Victory at Verrado, built by T.W. Lewis by David Weekley Homes, Buckeye, Ariz. Photo: courtesy David Weekley Homes
The team approach to designing a community results in a more cohesive result—and one that’s often more creative
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The move to digital can potentially help both builders and buyers save money
Courtyards, porches, and loggias increase the livability of a home’s interior as well as its exterior
At 785 square feet, the Little Ant by architect Arielle Condoret Schechter is the smallest of her modern-looking homes.
Applications for scaled-down houses extend beyond do-it-yourselfers who crave a simpler life
Along with fine craftsmanship and materials, there is also an elaborate rainwater collection system, solar panels, and a wind power generator. Adjacent to the magnificent outdoor living area and pool is a vegetable garden and workshop. Photo courtesy of Larry W. Garnett, FAIBD
Increased emphasis on great kitchens and informal gathering areas define top-tier homes
A historic barn and pumphouse on the Citrus Glen site, dating back to its origins as a citrus ranch, were restored and incorporated into the new community.
Photos: Andy Albrecht Photography
Townhomes rise on former citrus ranch, offering a Spanish colonial revival aesthetic and easy access to amenities
Photo: Greg & Amanda Buchheit
Woven wire mesh was fabricated into panels for this stair railing, creating an industrial look that aligns with the home’s rustic-modern design aesthetic.
Creating an industrial-looking custom stair rail to fit with a home’s rustic-modern aesthetic
Photo courtesy of Grow Community.
In wellness communities, homeowners can cut costs and feel less isolated
Winner, One/Two Family Custom Housing: Studhorse; Winthrop, Washington. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider via The Huffington Post
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