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  • 7 Ways Biophilic Design Can Enhance Indoor Environments

    Human beings not only respond positively to nearby nature, but to variation in biophilic patterns and strategies. Here are some of the lesser known benefits of biophilic design and ways to utilize them through interior design.

     
  • Hanley Wood Appoints Katie Gerfen to Editor of ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME and Residential Architect

    Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, has announced that Katie Gerfen has been promoted to serve as Editor of four prominent media brands: ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME...

     
  • Age of Enlightenment

    Architect Drew Mandel and builders Marcus and Robert Passier rose to the challenge, satisfying their clients’ thoroughly contemporary program—and meeting a stack of 21st-century regulations—while leaving the urban fabric even stronger than they found it.

     
  • Award Winning Baths

    Ahead of KBIS 2015 next week, look at previous Watermark Award-winning baths with beautiful views and unique details.

     
  • Up A Tree

    A slideshow of inspired treehouses.

     

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  • Waterproofing Brick Veneer

    Guest blogger Matt Risinger takes a look what materials to use and how to waterproof behind brick veneer.

    CUSTOM HOME February 24, 2015

     
  • Gardening and Living

    Christopher Lloyd (1922-2006) was born and raised at Great Dixter, a rambling, 15th century manor house in Northiam, East Sussex.

    CUSTOM HOME February 20, 2015

     
  • A Shore Thing

    Shoring isn't particularly glamorous, but the folks over at Build LLC offer tips on why shoring is so important and how to use it effectively.

    CUSTOM HOME February 11, 2015

     
  • How Architects Can Find More Time and Make More Money

    On the second anniversary of his relaunch, an architect shares insights on doing business.

    CUSTOM HOME January 09, 2015

     
  • Anywhere But Here

    The Freedom Tower, the replacement for the World Trade Center, opened last month and not everyone was happy about it. On November 29, 2014, New York Times critic Michael Kimmelman wrote, “It could have been anywhere, which New York isn’t.”

    CUSTOM HOME December 19, 2014

     

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  • 7 Ways to Biophilic Design

    Human beings not only respond positively to nearby nature, but to variation in biophilic patterns and strategies. Here are some of the lesser known benefits of biophilic design and ways to utilize them through interior design.

     
  • 5 Insanely Creative Realty Videos

    Mashable's Amy Mae Elliott circles the globe to find five clever case studies that make use of story-telling, high-flying drones, animation, love, and libido to make a lasting impression.

     
  • Hanley Wood Appoints Katie Gerfen to Editor of ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME and Residential Architect

    Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design and construction industries, has announced that Katie Gerfen has been promoted to serve as Editor of four prominent media brands: ARCHITECT, BUILDER, CUSTOM HOME...

     
  • Will Boomers Downsize? Not So Fast.

    Results of The Demand Institute's Housing and Community Survey.

     
  • Highlights of the AIA's Design Home Trends Survey

    Recent data shows that homeowners are responding to the continuing recovery of the housing market by adding special function rooms, smart home automation features, and products promoting sustainability.

     
 
 

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