Stephani L. Miller was an associate web editor for residential architect and CUSTOM HOME magazines, and wrote for numerous other at Hanley Wood. She enjoys writing about residential design and building and working on home improvement projects, but also is passionate about costume design. Her aesthetic runs toward the classic, but always with a modern twist, an edge of drama, or a touch of whimsy.
Public Architecture's third annual firm survey finds that architecture firms are developing more strategic approaches to pro bono work.
Twelve winning projects showcase the aesthetic beauty and architectural utility of copper in the North American Copper in Architecture Awards.
Edward M. Binkley, AIA, Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED AP, and Eric Naslund, FAIA, discuss the ways they experimented with their own homes and how their experimentation—largely on the cheap—informed later projects.
An accessible, affordable, and net-zero multifamily housing project will set the bar for public housing in El Paso, Texas.
Get your entries ready for these upcoming architecture and design competitions.
Survey of 100-plus kitchen and bath designers reveals styles will change direction in 2011.
A new idea house by THW Design for the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging predicts the future of senior housing.
Winning projects exemplify excellence in architecture, interiors, and urban design.
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