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The New Normal

Differentiation and diversification are part of the architect's DNA. More

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An Architect Applies Simple Solutions to a Green House

Low-tech sustainable solutions help a St. Peters, Minn., home achieve LEED Gold. More

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tracing roots

In his 2003 treatise, Creating a New Old House (The Taunton Press, $39.95), Russell Versaci, AIA, taught readers how architects use precedent to design historical homes. His latest effort, Roots of Home: Our Journey to a New Old House (The Taunton Press, $45), traces the origins of those classic American house styles. More

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the not so big house turns 10

sarah susanka's "not so big" message is more relevant than ever a decade after its... More

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Author Seeks Small Retreats for New Book

Salem, Mass.-based architect Katie Hutchison of Katie Hutchison Studio is seeking submissions from fellow architects of small, appealing retreats to include in a new book for The Taunton Press. More

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private residence, st. helena, calif.

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop's clients for this Napa Valley cottage wanted a single-story house. But their site, an idyllic hillside, lent itself to a two-story plan. Architects solved this problem by terracing the hillside with two stone retaining walls, creating a plateau. More

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