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Dancing Light, Project of the Year

Dancing Light, the Project of the Year in the 2017 Professional Builder Design Awards. Photographer: Alexander Vertikoff.

Features
August 25, 2017

The winners of this year’s Professional Builder Design Awards show design virtuosity, skillful site use, and eco-smarts

Augusta

Augusta. Photographer: Craig McMahon; Dror Baldinger, Dror Baldinger Photography.

Features
August 24, 2017

A luxurious home in a golf development allows for privacy yet encourages socializing

Dancing Light, Project of the Year

Dancing Light, Project of the Year, is “magic ... so in tune with everything around it,” said the judges. The home is named for the way light bounces off floors and walls, and across the wood ceilings. The pool, set close to the house, acts as an evaporative cooler, says builder Jerry Meek: As air moves across the water’s surface, it cools the interior. Photographer: Alexander Vertikoff.

Features
August 22, 2017

The home is named for the way light bounces off floors and walls, and across the wood ceilings, and the judges called it "magic." 

CompassHaus, from Josh Wynne Construction

CompassHaus from Josh Wynne Construction

Features
August 04, 2017
Shaw Residence, from Alys Beach Construction

Shaw Residence, from Alys Beach Construction, the winner of the Aurora Award for best single-family detached home between 3,500 and 3,999 square feet

Features
August 04, 2017

Winners were named in categories including single-family homes, custom homes, multifamily projects, kitchen and bath design, interior detailing, and interior merchandising

Exterior shot of Skye Palm Springs Plan 1 mid century modern

Skye Palm Springs is a reinterpretation of mid-century modern design. Residence 1, shown, is 3,322 square feet and base-priced at $1.5 million. Woodbridge Pacific Group is the builder, with design by Hannouche Architects. Photo: Anthony Gomez

Features
July 26, 2017

Modern homes have come a long way from the cold white boxes of the 1920s, and buyers are snapping them up

Thanks to home automation, clients or their guests can prepare for a visit to this beachfront home by remotely turning on the air conditioning, unlocking the garage door and entry door, disarming the security system, and turning on the lights. Photo: Courtesy of Control4

Features
June 30, 2017

The star of this 1980s beach-house makeover is a robust home-automation system

Photo: Meyda Tiffany Lighting

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June 21, 2017

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