In 2010, former senior editor Nigel F. Maynard visited with designer Jeff Speck at the Washington, D.C., house he designed for himself. Learn how the shape of the flatiron corner lot inspired Speck to seek special variances and devise custom design solutions.View
New Urbanist Jeff Speck is moving back home to Boston, which means the Washington, D.C., house he designed for himself is up for grabs.Read More
Modern designs with classical appeal make these furnishings a fit for a range of outdoor living.Read More
The auto and equipment maker releases nearly all of its “smart home” plans to the public.Read More
Kitchens are for more than cooking, as is evidenced by the increasing functionality of this central space.Read More
The ability to print in multiple colors and materials, along with a little creative marketing, is helping this tech startup establish an edge in professional 3D printing services.Read More
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is considering the buildings for designation as a singular World Heritage Site.Read More
This not-quite-beachside house on a hillside in Spain brings the water to the residents.Read More
A salvage yard on Chicago’s northwest side, whose product line was featured in our June issue, finds new uses for landfill-bound building materials while providing job training.Read More
Mind & Matter
The prefabricated, lightweight timber pavilion by researchers at the University of Stuttgart in Germany makes a case for machine-driven construction.Read More
The results of the 2014 Residential Architect Design Awards. This year, our jury selected 26 winners in 11 categories: 9 awards, 13 citations, and 4 honorable mentions.
The 26 winners of our annual Residential Architect Design Awards and the jury that selected them.
Housing solutions for a resurgent city.
Resilience is an evolving design approach, not just a goal.
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