Efficiency is in the blood of a carpenter, and Florida builder Josh Wynne, profiled in “Custom
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Building Florida homes that work with nature reduces the burden of living in them.
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Seattle-based builder is comprehensive about communicating and salvaging material from tear downs long before green was fashionable
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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.