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  • Bedford Residence, Bedford Corners, N.Y.

    “Architects often think of buildings as an independent sculptural object that sits in landscape,” says Joel Sanders, AIA. “Our intention was to have the house recede, and what would catch your eye is this white lining that begins inside and goes down the hill.”

  • Second Story

    The summer issue of Custom Home is devoted to second homes. Formerly known as summer homes, these houses are becoming year-round houses. But whether you call them weekend homes, vacation homes, design builders and architects agree that these projects pose their own sets of challenges.

  • Via Verde—The Green Way, Bronx, N.Y.

    LEED-Gold affordable housing in the Bronx.

  • Shape Shifter

    David Benjamin is just as comfortable manipulating bacteria to create new building materials as he is working with famous clients like Kanye West.

  • The Art of Business

    Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg founded their firm SO-IL to be streamlined and selective. As Karrie Jacobs discovers, it's a strategy that has the firm on the verge of landing big-budget projects.

  • 'The New York Times' Overlooks Architects in Sustainability Conference

    April's conference on energy and sustainable cities, hosted by 'The New York Times,' will not feature any architects as keynote speakers.

  • Q & A with Jeffrey Inaba - ‘Adaptation: Architecture, Technology, and the City’

    Jeffrey Inaba, founder of C-Lab and his eponymous practice, speaks with ARCHITECT about the role of architecture in technology, and the role of technology in architecture.

  • Sam's Creek Residence in Long Island, N.Y.

    A Long Island house brings order and inspiration to a multitrack family life.

  • The Skyscraper Museum Celebrates the Woolworth's 100th

    A fortune was invested in the creation of New York's Woolworth Building 100 years ago. The Skyscraper Museum looks back on the building's past with an exhibition just at a time when new fortunes are turning the top floors into luxury apartments.

  • WXY and Manhattan Borough President Unveil Proposal for New Storm Barrier

    The East River Blueway Plan will redevelop a 4-mile stretch along the East River to increase waterfront access and mitigate storm surge, and a $3.5 million pledge from the City will fund wetlands prototyping.