The "2014 Home for Life" tour highlights what remodelers and baby boomers need to consider when adapting houses for the retirement years. Read More
Here are the top firms ranked by number of units managed, based on data reported by the National Multifamily Housing Council.Read More
The interplay between functionality and decoration, along with the editing of what you see and what you don't see, gives this kitchen its appeal.Read More
The competition celebrates excellence in American architecture, selecting winners from built projects completed over the last year. Entries are due Sept. 5.
This interactive heat map displays how each state ranks for total energy costs, and breaks down average electric, natural gas, and fuel costs.Read More
Designing above and beyond seismic building codes can help to save lives and recovery costs by ensuring that structures remain both upright and functional after an earthquake.Read More
Modern designs with classical appeal make these furnishings a fit for a range of outdoor living.Read More
The awards program, founded by Phyllis Lambert, Wiel Arets, and Dirk Denison, honors the best built work in the Americas.Read More
A group of seven manufacturers and developers has announced an open networking platform that addresses issues including interoperability and power requirements.Read More
Currently a professor at the Institute of Art History at the University of Zurich, Stierli brings a breadth of experience in architecture, art, media, and history to the Museum of Modern Art.Read More
A house designed to be literally one with nature, a cool documentary about water, and more news for Tuesday.Read More
The Los Angeles-based architect behind the Art Gallery of Alberta and the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Va., died Friday at age 56.Read More
Materials harvested, reclaimed, or manufactured near this Seattle house give it a healthy air.Read More
Since becoming paralyzed from the chest down in 2003, Graves has worked on hospitals, rehabs, and houses for those with injuries and disabilities.Read More
A new two-lane, elevated bike path, Cykelslangen ("Cycle Snake") is a win for cyclists, pedestrians, and motorists in Copenhagen, Denmark.Read More
The company signed a deal with the city of Claremont, N.C., to develop the 100-acre farm.Read More
London is experiencing a "borderline insane" property boom.Read More
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The home-improvement retailer is partnering with MakerBot to pilot the demonstration and sale of consumer 3D printers in 12 stores in California, Illinois, and New York.Read More
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