The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
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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
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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