The current mantra in designing homes is “tear down those walls!” Open floorplans are must-haves because they accentuate the casual living environment that consumers crave.
Karoleena’s homes are built with a proprietary steel core that makes them extremely strong. Ductwork, wiring, and plumbing are run through the floor, allowing for large interior spaces and a modern look. Photo: Steve Dutcheson Photography
Anyone who still harbors preconceived notions about modular housing should see what’s going on in the factory and the field
EDI International's Starter Home. Courtesy of EDI International
First-time buyers are a varied lot. Here’s how to deliver to this diverse pool.
Architect Douglas Kallfelz laid out the Heritage Sands cottages around common greens that run perpendicular to the water, which creates small neighborhoods while providing common view corridors and pathways for visual and physical access to the ocean. Photo: Alison Caron.
No new cottages have been built on the Cape—until now.
Photo: Eric Lucero Photography
Involving the public, addressing affordability, and embracing product diversity are some of the lessons learned from successful New Urbanism. We look at how the most successful communities get it right
The trend grows along with the increase in multigenerational homes
Preferences for kitchens and baths have changed a lot over the decades
Photo: The Eastwood Residence is one of the projects featured this month
An annual peek at what members of our design team have been working on this year
Architects say seamless movement between rooms, even between indoors and outdoors, can charm homebuyers
Room for personalization in homes is key
Photo: courtesy The Evans Group
The kitchen as focal point lives on, with increased emphasis on islands and pantries.