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Architect referrals boost business for Risinger Homes Architect referrals boost business for Risinger Homes

Matt Risinger bases his custom home building business on architect referrals and shares insights on how other custom builders can do the same. More

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Award-Winning Details Award-Winning Details

McInturff Architects has won multiple Custom Home Design Awards for architectural details over the years. Firm founder and principal architect Mark McInturff talks about how his design philosophy leads to these special moments that frequently garner accolades from our awards juries. More

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Historic log cabin renovation in the Virginia countryside. Historic log cabin renovation in the Virginia countryside.

A trio of historic structures comes together in the Virginia countryside. More

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Miller Ranch Porch House Miller Ranch Porch House

Project of the Year, Production or semi-custom home, less than 2,000 square feet More

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Ultra-Green Modular Homes Ultra-Green Modular Homes

Modular homes, which have been around for a few hundred years, are adopting an ultra-green identity. More

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Case Study: Water-Smart Homes, Las Vegas Case Study: Water-Smart Homes, Las Vegas

As part of an EPA study, Pulte Homes integrates water-efficient features into its Las Vegas production housing. More

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Custom Builder of the Year 2011: Jim Murphy & Associates Custom Builder of the Year 2011: Jim Murphy & Associates

Jim Murphy & Associates is a custom building company as sound and fully realized as the wine country estate homes that are its specialty. More

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Universal Design Benefits Reach Wide Range of Demographics

Boomers could be the catalysts driving a new design movement that benefits everyone. More

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Top Tips for Building an Affordable Green Home

Make It Right representatives provide product selection and construction techniques for keeping costs down. More

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Thinking Inside the Box Thinking Inside the Box weaetxdyvaydzcwq

BUILDER magazine challenges four architects to design floor plans for today's market inside a 1,500-square-foot box. More

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