The key to creating a fresh, new, compelling plan with tight square footage and building footprint restrictions is to design for the way home buyers live today.
As contemporary architecture and modern design sweep the country, the demand for “daylighting” has re-emerged.
A new NAHB report examines the issues involved in building a greater mix of housing types and provides best practices on regulatory and design options and barriers.
Do consumers know about natural hazard risks in their states? Are they willing to pay extra for a home to reduce damage from those hazards? NAHB-commissioned surveys asked home builders and consumers about resilient building practices.
Laidley Cottage architect Karen Curtiss, principal of Red Dot Studio in San Francisco, shares the success story of the 2018 Best in American Living Remodel of the Year.