• Box Step: Simple but Bold Changes Turn Tudor to Contemporary

    This whole-house remodel and addition bring an L.A. home in line with its owners' modern style.

  • Green Surfaces

    Eco-friendly adhesives, resins, and other components come together to create a range of green options for walls, countertops, and floors.

  • Affordable Luxury

    Transforming a plain bathroom into a true master bath experience with a modern, welcoming feel.

  • Born Again

    More than just enhanced curb appeal, this 75-year-old Tudor cottage was reborn with a modern openness that’s both family-friendly and neighborhood-friendly.

  • Ceiling Fans

    This remodel created an open plan and added richness to the design by making a feature of the wood ceiling the clients loved so much.

  • Breaking It Down

    By breaking down walls and bringing light into the space, the designer did more than just open up the plan — he created an entirely new atmosphere.

  • Suburban Renewal

    A drab split-level home is transformed into a modern showpiece with the addition of a "light box" to the rear facade, adding space on two levels and bringing in abundant natural light.

  • Clean & Clear

    After tending to the project's structural issues, the design team sought to bring the space into the 21st century, with a modern palette that includes concrete countertops.

  • Cool & Efficient

    A charming Victorian home gets a revamp and improved connection to the garden.

  • Wonky Works

    Making an irregular footprint work while maintaining the ad-hoc charm of the original structure and making sustainable upgrades.

  • Tidewater Tradition

    A fresh approach for adding on to a 1784 plantation home.

  • Original Blend

    Modern technology comes to bear on an 1888 home that needed an energy-efficient upgrade and more space.

  • Light as Air

    The remodel of this small apartment achieves the client's big spatial aspirations.

  • Unified Front

    The remodel of this split level better integrates the home's upper and lower levels and opens up the floor plan.

  • 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.

  • Center of Attention

    A cramped galley kitchen is opened up and transformed into the centerpiece for casual living and outdoor entertaining.

  • Modern Family

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

  • Arcosanti Changes Leadership

    Italian-born architect Paolo Soleri officially retired as president and ceo of the Cosanti Foundation, which built and supports soleri’s vision of the future: Arcosanti.

  • American Folk Art Museum Adjusts to New Location

    On July 9, the American Folk Art Museum officially left its location on West 53rd Street and concentrated all its operations at its Lincoln Square property, on Columbus Avenue between 65th and 66th streets.

  • With Women in Mind

    Communicating design ideas to female clients using the Woman-Centric Matters program to better understand what women want from their home remodel.