Some Design/Build business models are more a product of evolution than what is best.
The mix of protocols, compatibility, vertical versus hub systems, and picking a technology partner is daunting, but some builders are navigating their way through the automation maze
Constructed on a lot previously deemed unbuildable, this Park City, Utah, home features an exterior that is a hot-rolled steel rainscreen system developed by Park City Design + Build. “It weathers naturally; you don’t have to do anything to it,” says architect/builder/homeowner Chris Price (photo by Douglas Burke).
Three design/build firms describe how they crafted stunning custom homes on lots with steep slopes.
The pendulum has swung too far from personal contact and communication.
A builder, designer, and an architect couple provide their perspectives about how built-ins can infuse creativity into a space.
The NAHB's Best in American Living Awards
Custom home builders thinking like a production builder.
The Atlanta-based custom home builder opens a new design studio as part of its ExAct Design Experience initiative.
Agency wants to ensure proper safeguards for installation, maintenance of wiring are in place.
Turbines will turn sea water into electricity.