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Builder's 2012 Concept Homes - Gen X

For a hard-working professional couple with active kids and a live-in relative, here's the ticket: a home that multitasks as hard as its owners do. More

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Builder's 2012 Concept Homes: Gen B

For empty-nesters, it’s about scaling down and having fun, with room for kids, grandkids, and friends to visit on holidays and weekends. More

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Builder's 2012 Concept Homes: Gen Y

A young couple starting out needs room for a growing family, plus space for visiting friends and relatives. More

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Yale Student-Built House Offers High Design at Low Cost

The project’s innovative architecture allows the forward-thinking home to fit beautifully into its surroundings. More

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BUILDER's Concept Home 2011

KB Home builds a net-zero residence for average Americans with the Martha Stewart touch. More

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The New American Home 2011

For the first time in its 28-year history, The New American Home had a homeowner attached from the start. More

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Show Homes at the 2011 International Builders' Show

This January, Builder magazine presents a pair of very different show homes that exemplify energy and resource efficiency. More

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preview builder's 2009 show home
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kansas city architects and designers open homes to public
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project highlight: wabi-sabi house celebrates the beauty of imperfection

Rick Sundberg, FAIA, LEED AP, of Seattle-based Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, has designed a spec house for developer Carol Isaak Barden + Company in Houston, based on the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi. Wabi-sabi serenely celebrates the beauty of imperfections, accepts the impermanent nature of all things, and respects the cycles of nature. More

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