The Wall Street Journal reports on the growing popularity of "Contemporary Craftsman" style -- which we can corroborate.
Smaller homes of roughly 2,600 sq. ft. or less can have mansion-like luxury with amenities like window walls, walk-in closets and pantries, mud rooms, laundries, and the use of high-end materials and finishes.
SALA Architects designed the Life Dream Houses, now part of our Signature Plan Collection, and continually wins awards for thoughtful, site specific, energy efficient homes.
Key features of older homes that could add character and comfort to the new home you're building.
Green design and development experts share what you need to know before breaking ground.
Appreciating a great Craftsman style landmark: the Gamble House in Pasadena of 1908.
Describing the modern house by architect Vladimir Ossipoff that was put on the cover of House Beautiful magazine in 1958 -- worth studying today for its many timeless design ideas.
Custom home design full of practical lessons replicable in any new home or remodel.
Sarah Susanka explains her design of the Not So Big Bungalow and how it uses SIPs (structural insulated panels).
Katherine visits Le Corbusier's famous "machine for living" -- the Villa Savoye near Paris.
This compact infill home is at the forefront of progressive urban development and won best house in Fine Homebuilding's award program.
An architect shares his thought process as he designs a house organized around preparing and sharing meals, hunkering down in winter, and opening up to nature in summer.
Take-away ideas from Sunset's 2013 Idea Houses at Seabrook, Wasington, designed by architect Peter Brachvogel.