Sarah Susanka

The AIA Reports Substantial Improvement in the Residential Design Sector
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The AIA Reports Substantial Improvement in the Residential Design Sector

Architects are reporting more work on the boards and more calls from potential... More

Announcing the 2013 Nominees for The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing
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Announcing the 2013 Nominees for The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing

Eight outstanding green-building professionals are under consideration for the... More

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Overall Trends Show Increase in House Square Footage Overall Trends Show Increase in House Square Footage

While jewel box houses are a perennial favorite, the bigger houses have gotten stronger over time. More

Q + A: Sarah Susanka, FAIA, and John McLinden on the Not So Big Showhouse in Libertyville, Ill.
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Sarah Susanka Opens Not So Big Showhouse in Illinois Sarah Susanka Opens Not So Big Showhouse in Illinois

The architect's latest project is designed to maximize livability. More

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Illinois Development Demonstrates Principles, Popularity of Right-Sized, Community-Oriented Living

The walkable, historically inspired SchoolStreet development in Libertyville, will include 26 Front Porch Revival homes, including a show house designed by architect Sarah Susanka. More

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efficiency upgrades, baby boomers will help boost remodeling market

Remodeling dollars should begin to creep up this year, with green options and aging-in-place leading the charge. More

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efficiency upgrades, baby boomers will help boost remodeling market

Remodeling dollars should begin to creep up this year, with green options and aging-in-place leading the charge. More

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a "not so big" anniversary

Few architecture books have had the staying power of Sarah Susanka, FAIA's The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live. Ten years (and several sequels) later, the book's core message about the value of thoughtful, personalized design continues to resonate with an ever-expanding range of homeowners, giving them the tools to recognize good design and the language to express their design needs. More

the not so big house turns 10
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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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