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    5 Must-Know Tips for Hiring a Remodeling Contractor

    5 Must-Know Tips for Hiring a Remodeling Contractor

    Hiring a remodeling contractor can be intimidating. After all, sometimes it can seem like there are as many options out there as there are horror stories. The question is, how does one sort through everything in order to find the perfect fit for your project. If you’re getting ready to start a big remodel, we’re

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    Isolated Chilean Home Offers Stunning Seaside Views

    Isolated Chilean Home Offers Stunning Seaside Views

    Getting stranded on a deserted island may seem much more appealing after exploring this seaside three-bedroom, two-bathroom, open-concept home designed by the architects at WHALE! Architecture in the Valparaíso region of Chile. This 1,938-square-foot basic shoreline house named Casa Encallada was built in 2014 and offers an open space for a living room and kitchen, in addition

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    Mountain Home in Massachusetts Inspired by Fibonacci Spiral

    Mountain Home in Massachusetts Inspired by Fibonacci Spiral

    Tsao & McKown Architects recently completed Berkshire Mountain House, a modern residence located in Alford, Massachusetts. The exterior of the residence is inspired by traditional farm houses in the region with a blended array of textures and hues, while glass is used extensively for connection with the outdoors. “Nestled into the tree line at the top of a gentle

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    Archi-treasures at NAWIC Metro Chicago meeting May 11

    Archi-treasures at NAWIC Metro Chicago meeting May 11

    Joyce Fernandes, executive director of Archi-Treasures, will be the guest speaker at the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Chicago Metro #325’s May Meeting on May 11. Archi-treasures is a non-profit, arts-based community development organization that combats urban isolation by involving people in projects that transform public space and increase civic engagement, the organization

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    Rooftop Terrace Tops Minimalist Family Home in Tokyo

    Rooftop Terrace Tops Minimalist Family Home in Tokyo

    Swedish studio Elding Oscarson completed the design of Nerima House, a private residence located in Tokyo, Japan. Built as a weekend refuge for a couple and their grownup children, this minimalist family home features a surrounding small garden and rooftop terrace for ample opportunities to spend time outdoors. The partially sunken ground floor accommodates a large bedroom with

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    Family Home Extension in Edinburgh Features Glass Walls

    Family Home Extension in Edinburgh Features Glass Walls

    This small semi-detached single-level house in Edinburgh, Scotland was recently renovated by David Blaikie Architects. The 731-square-foot home did not provide enough space, so the focus of the expansion was to increase the size of the living room and a build an additional small bedroom upstairs. Thermally modified timber cladding for the roof and siding,

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