Respect the Context Understand how a new community will fit within the natural and built environment to act as a foundation for future decisions. Open large community spaces to the greater region to create an identity that goes beyond the borders of the community. Create a Community Heart Establish gathering […]

Originally posted by BSB Design on their blog, NO BS. Ranches, duplexes, three-story homes, condos: How you live depends on what you want and need. And the demands of our families continue to change single-family homes. Here’s what we’re doing as families—and how the future of the single-family home is […]

Westharbor Homes partnered with Union Studio Architecture and Design to produce a beautiful new, socially-designed neighborhood of 42 cottage-style homes. Each home, like our Port Ludlow, Wash., Home of the Week, Townsend, is designed utilizing 360-degree architecture and is thoughtfully placed on a woodland, waterfront or park-front site to offer the […]

It may mean more sprawl, but home buyers in NAHB’s latest consumer survey say they still love traffic-free streets, jogging trails, and lakes. Can you achieve efficient land use by building high density communities with interconnected streets? Sure—but it won’t be appealing to the typical homebuyer, according to NAHB’s latest […]

Wildflower Terrace is a senior mixed-income apartment property in the 700-acre Mueller planned unit development in Austin, Texas. Completed in 2012 and developed by DMA Development Company, LLC, the building contains 201 rental units and resident amenities in addition to 5,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Mueller is an […]