Nigel F. Maynard, senior editor for residential architect and BUILDER magazines, got his first taste of construction at the age of 14 in St. Croix, but he didn't realize how much he learned until he became an associate editor at Hanley Wood in 1998. Since then, he has made architecture and building products his life—literally. In addition to covering products for residential architect (you may know him as Dr. Spec), he renovates old houses using the knowledge he picks up at work.
Check out our product finds from Day 1 of the convention.
With strong connections to the kitchen and usually offering ample daylight, breakfast rooms are used for much more than sitting down to the morning meal.
It's made from hand-hammered reclaimed copper.
Jonathan Feldman knows the trick for saving 75 percent on the architectural detail.
Our six-member jury selected 36 winners from a pool of more than 800 entries.
Creativity was alive and well at the 2012 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show.
This week’s Kitchen and Bath Industry Show offers a glimpse of manufacturers’ newest and most improved products outfitted to meet consumers’ increasing demands.
Look for cool faucets, dark finishes, and more transitional design.
The new campus housing references the past but its modern design looks forward.
David Baker + Partners brings transparency and light to a low-income project.
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