More stories about Whole-House Remodeling

  • Merit Award, Whole-House Remodeling $250,000 – $500,000: Reach for the Sky

    Moving a staircase and adding a skylight works wonders for lightening up a century-old row house.

  • 2011 Remodeling Design Awards

    There's a strong commercial showing in this year's Remodeling Design Awards. Of the 218 entries, our judges selected 19 winners.

  • Grand Award, Historically Sensitive Renovation Over $300,000: Modern Family

    A 1920s Colonial gets a substantial addition that both feels appropriate and yet provides contemporary amenities for a modern family.

  • NAHB Honors Green Building Pros

    Thirteen builders, remodelers, and other industry professionals earn recognition for contributions to high-performance construction.

  • Product Pros and Cons: Tankless Water Heaters vs. Conventional Storage Tanks

    How to determine which system is right for your homes?

  • stone unturned

    Candid Rogers, AIA, fell in love with a two-room stone house built in 1873. When the architect decided to renovate the tiny structure as his own home, he honored its intimate feel with a similarly compact 960-square-foot addition.

  • ferrous house, spring prairie, wis.

    "Pedestrian suburban house turns into a little jewel.” That's the way our judges summed up this raised ranch makeover, and we could not have written a better headline.

  • mountain time

    A spectacular hillside just north of San Francisco inspired both the form and plan of this 4,000-square-foot house by the eponymous firm House + House Architects.

  • australia: court and sparkle

    As it turns out, houses and neighborhoods abroad suffer from similar growing pains as those in the United States. A case in point is this row house in Surry Hills, Australia—a once rundown urban area in Sidney now in the midst of a dramatic rebirth.