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HousingZone's projects, project ideas, trends, and tips for residential builders, remodelers, and architects serving the residential construction industry.



Casa Xixim

Casa Xixim. Photographer: Taggart Sorenson.

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August 23, 2017

The coastal vacation home is equal parts green, beautiful, and luxurious

Sherbourne

Sherbourne. Photographer: Art Gray Photography.

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August 23, 2017

Assembled on site, the home combines prefab panels with expanses of glass and a wood façade

The Chisca on Main

The Chisca on Main. Photographer: Ken West Photography.

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August 23, 2017

An abandoned motor lodge gets new life

Canopy at Esencia exterior

Canopy at Esencia. Photographer: Erika Bierman Photography

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August 23, 2017

These homes are inspired by modern farmhouse style and site's former existence as a working ranch

Elmhurst

Elmhurst

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August 23, 2017

Passersby comment that the homes look like they've always been there.  

Ullman Sails Lofts

Ullman Sails Lofts

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August 23, 2017

Four residential units and two commercial spaces retain the neighborhood's industrial flavor 

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.

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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." 

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

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July 26, 2017

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

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