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One would be hard pressed to find anything 'semi' about the luxury production homes offered by Davidson Communities at Cielo, the newly opened gated community in exclusive Rancho Santa Fe, Calif...
Taking instruction from the chateaus and villages of Europe, the LeCron’s design for this 15,000-square-foot home features architecture that is true to the function of the rooms inside.
'A traditional American design' is how architect Greg Munn describes this custom California residence that he created for a family with older children.
Overlooking the Ogee-chee River near Sa-vannah, Ga., is a new development that is taking great pains to remain true to its architectural roots.
What is the one thing Americans would change about their bathrooms? Make them BIGGER.
In 10 years of building luxury homes in south Florida, builders Kathy and Rick Harwick have discovered two of the most important things that appeal to their market.
New home design isn’t one of those things that changes from year to year or season to season like fashion.
In a valley cradled by the Catalina Mountains, this $700,000 spec home features an authentic adobe-style exterior that harmonizes with its desert surroundings.
Ever since World War II, Americans have loved the suburbs. In the late 1940s, thousands of simple, affordable homes were built in places like Levittown.
When our country returned to peace after World War II, we fled the cities in droves and settled into the suburbs to raise our families.
Traditional neighborhood design (TND) strives to create new towns and neighborhoods that recapture many of the traditional elements of town planning.
Traditional neighborhood design (TND) is a powerful idea, one that is at once praiseworthy and controversial.
Traditional homes have a sense of order and balance -- no single element screams for attention.
Before World War II, neighborhoods, towns and cities throughout the country were built to comfortably accommodate community interaction among citizens.
Once considered "fringe" or "specialty" dwellings, dome homes are growing in popularity.
Americans' love affair with the automobile has not spread to the garage. In general, our garages are storage sheds and enclosed junkyards, harboring used clothing, broken toys and last year's...
Architect Russell Versaci has always cultivated his own interest in authentic historical architecture. Through the years, he has discovered many kindred spirits in the home buying public -- buyers...
The Internet is the after-school activity of choice for kids today; instant messaging with friends, music web sites, and kid-friendly destinations like Nickelodeon and ZoogDisney. That is the safe...
A new boomer for TND lots from Larry Garnett.
Residential architect Larry Garnett paused a moment before coming up with the words to describe the feeling he was aiming to capture in the rear yard area of a home he recently designed. Finally...