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Oak Ridge House
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Mount Curve Modern Kitchen, Minneapolis Mount Curve Modern Kitchen, Minneapolis

Expanded and updated, this kitchen finally catches up with the rest of a sophisticated mid-century house. More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011 Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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Rebuilding After Disaster Rebuilding After Disaster

For someone who's experienced a serious natural disaster, an 8-by-12-foot shed can be a lifeline to normalcy. More

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The Mississippi Alternative Housing Program Has Developed a New Model for Rescue Housing The Mississippi Alternative Housing Program Has Developed a New Model for Rescue Housing

With its livable, regional style Mississippi Cottage the Mississippi Alternative Housing Program has developed a new model for rescue housing: a transitional dwelling that can become a permanent home. More

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project: cottage industry

When 170-some New Urbanists convened the Mississippi Renewal Forum in Biloxi, Miss., to brainstorm the Gulf Coast reconstruction, they knew it would be a long row to hoe. Two years and dozens of charrettes later, work is still under way to rewrite planning codes that support thoughtful, mixed-use development, and funding is just starting to trickle in. But while large-scale planned communities remain stuck in the pipeline, there is real progress on a smaller scale. With or without funding, a handful of New Urbanist firms are moving from sketches to sticks and bricks. They're going block by block, getting affordable, high-quality architecture built on infill parcels, and in the process, they're showing cities what good design can accomplish. More

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project: cottage industry

When 170-some New Urbanists convened the Mississippi Renewal Forum in Biloxi, Miss., to brainstorm the Gulf Coast reconstruction, they knew it would be a long row to hoe. Two years and dozens of charrettes later, work is still under way to rewrite planning codes that support thoughtful, mixed-use development, and funding is just starting to trickle in. But while large-scale planned communities remain stuck in the pipeline, there is real progress on a smaller scale. With or without funding, a handful of New Urbanist firms are moving from sketches to sticks and bricks. They're going block by block, getting affordable, high-quality architecture built on infill parcels, and in the process, they're showing cities what good design can accomplish. More

project: house mates
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project: house mates

Design professionals agree that rebuilding in the Gulf Coast region is frustrating... More

project: house mates
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project: house mates

Design professionals agree that rebuilding in the Gulf Coast region is frustrating... More

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