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Standing tall and proud among the lofty pine trees that border the ski slopes of Telluride, Colo., this 4400-square-foot custom home recalls the colorful history of its Rocky Mountain locale.

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Designed for a couple with a passion for the simplicity and elegance of Scandinavian design, this 3200-square-foot home stands apart from its neighbors, according to architect Paul Sterner.

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On a scale of 1 to 10, this South Florida stunner would rate no less than a 15, leaving nothing left to be desired in terms of attention to design, detail and workmanship.

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Builder Gary Sorcic’s clients re-evaluated their retirement plans, opting to build their new home on an expansive 180-acre site in the rolling hills of central Wisconsin rather than their original Arizona destination

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Change is a good thing, according to architect and custom-home builder, Brad O’Neill. 'Peoples’ needs and desires are constantly evolving during their lifetime,' he says, 'and this process should be reflected in where they live.'

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This Arkansas beauty does not house the builder, yet he lovingly crafted it as if it were his own.

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Chicago-area architect Charles Page is particularly sensitive to what his market is looking for in a house-luxury, comfort, and plenty of room for visitors.

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Chris Morgan recently opened his new home-a 9000 square-foot French-provincial style residence in Windemere, Fla., near Orlando-to more than 30,000 of his closest friends.

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After recently building his personal residence, custom builder Chris Morgan has a fresh appreciation for those on the other end of the home-building process-his clients.

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Designed and built for devotees of the Frank Lloyd Wright style of architecture, this 5500-square-foot home commands a nearly 360-degree view of the manicured fairways of two championship golf courses from its hilltop site in Lemont, Ill.

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SUMMER 2019

This Month in Custom Builder

Products

Union is an industrial-inspired bath fittings collection from the UK-based brand Crosswater London

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Collaboration holds the key to a smoother selections process that satisfies both client and builder

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