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ARCHITECT: Highlights of the AIA's Design Home Trends SurveyARCHITECT: Highlights of the AIA's Design Home Trends Survey

Recent data shows that homeowners are responding to the continuing recovery of the... Read more

2014 Remodeling Design Awards Readers’ Pick

For our readers, big doesn’t necessarily mean best Read more

2014 Best of the Year: Far Pond2014 Best of the Year: Far Pond

The combined efforts of Breitenbach Builders and Bates Masi + Architects on the... Read more

2014 Remodeling Design Awards: Jury Feedback2014 Remodeling Design Awards: Jury Feedback

Want to know what the judges discussed? Take a look at this behind the scenes of... Read more

2014 Remodeling Design Awards: Why Merit? Why Grand?2014 Remodeling Design Awards: Why Merit? Why Grand?

What's the difference between a merit and a grand award winner? Learn more in this... Read more

5 Innovative Uses of Materials From 2014 RDA Winners5 Innovative Uses of Materials From 2014 RDA Winners

This year's Remodeling Design Awards winners channeled their creativity into cool... Read more

Explore the 2014 Remodeling Design AwardsExplore the 2014 Remodeling Design Awards

Out of more than 200 entries from across the country, a panel of five judges chose these 18 as winners of the 2014 Remodeling Design Awards Read more

You Be the Judge: Pick Your Favorite Project for the 2014 Remodeling Design Awards

Pick who you think should score top honors in this year’s 2014 Remodeling Design Awards Read more

Video: Modern Steel StairsVideo: Modern Steel Stairs

Matt Risinger takes a through a project with beautiful craftsmanship. Read more

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Walls Come a-Tumbling Down in a San Francisco Edwardian

A San Francisco family was looking for a layout with better circulation through both the home and kitchen. How'd did their architect do it? He took out some walls and changed the layout of the kitchen. Fewer barriers mean better circulation, flow and connection in this family home, making it brighter and cheerier. Read more

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