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High-end homeowners want the latest, newest and most up-to-date kitchens. Karlson Kitchens, an Evanston, Ill.-based company, has identified recent kitchen trends.
It’s a common problem for remodelers: Clients have grand ideas but limited budgets and space. Rather than walk away from such projects, though, remodelers and builders can refer these customers to...
Florida architect Don Evans accepts challenge to design three new product lines.
One of the most enlightened and creative land plans to capture our imagination in recent years has been 'cluster housing.'
A memorable street scene always begins with excellent planning. Consequently, acknowledging the influence your site plan has on the way your house's exterior reads is a key element in the...
Kitchens designs need to make room for frou-frou and function.
Buyers love these spaces for aesthetic reasons, but the benefits of courtyards go well beyond their looks.
Explore the options for resources and energy-conserving building and remodeling techniques with the book, 'Remodeling Au Naturel.'
A planning book full of builable ideas for all age ranges of children that includes designs that adapt as they grow.
Maybe it’s getting a little late in the year to be listing trends for 2001—and perhaps naming trends of the New Millennium is already a little blasé. Nonetheless, builders and architects are...
Organomics, a combination of the art of organization and the science of ergonomics, takes the concept of work triangles to the next level.
Infill building demands a different thought process for a builder with regards to unit orientation, product design, and most importantly, color and materials choices that will ultimately adorn...
Although builders can sell just about anything in Atlanta, Pete Calabro created a neo-traditional community that goes a step further.
Achievement Award winner Sarah Susanka believes in quality, details, craftsmanship and comfort over square footage.