Division1 Architects renovates a Washington, D.C., rowhouse in a modern, sculptural style.
Keeping with the era of the house, Mountainwood Homes added a shed-style dormer for the new bathroom space. The materials used for the dormer match those of the existing space to maintain balance between new and old.
Architect Nick Deaver turns an abandoned, forgotten shed into a modern Texas marvel.
A dated apartment in Washington, D.C.'s Watergate gets a new look and feel.
Updating a century-old house with modern amenities while respecting its history.
A neglected rowhouse deck gets a winning makeover using low-maintenance materials.
What was once a dark, cramped ranch home in the Hollywood Hills has become a stunning showplace.
Updating a warehouse, using green building techniques, to reflect the creativity of its occupants
A cramped kitchen becomes a spacious new addition in a 1920s Dutch Colonial.
Architect David Jones brings this Queen Anne into the 21st century while maintaining its roots.
Architect Michael Lee creates an astounding show place for art and ocean views in a home that was once two three-story apartments.
A few small additions, including a tower, add curb appeal and improve ocean views.
Bright Ideas by Martinec improved the lake view and increased the outdoor living space of this Hammondsport, N.Y., home.
Returning a coastal bed and breakfast dating back to the 1880s to a single-family home while remaining faithful to the home's original design.