This luxe house achieves all of the elegance one would expect of a residence overlooking a long waterway, but without a sense of extravagance.
Award of Merit, Affordable or Workforce Housing, 2014 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
A flimsy porch becomes a real-deal one with a few extra feet and attention to the details.
New-home design’s most notable trends of 2014 are aimed at what buyers want.
The affordable housing category was one of the most robust of all in this year’s Gold Nugget Awards competition, as shown by these three trend-setting projects.
Architect Steve James of DTJ Design shows how production builders can deliver a spa style bath, affordably.
In traditional homes, solidity is telegraphed by the space between the window heads and the roofline called entablature (cornice, frieze, and architrave). It holds the roof up, it transfers the loads, and it’s what distinguishes solid-looking homes from flimsy ones.
With the rise of small-entrepreneur artisans, local never looked so good.
Twenty-eight teams developed cost-effective, zero energy ready homes for mainstream builders in the DOE’s Challenge Home Student Design Competition.
Properly scaled elevations with simple detailing, regardless of style, turn buyers’ heads at any price point. .