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Regional Pub Roundup: A Boeing, a Church-Turned-Condo

· Angeleno: A deconstructed Boeing 747 lives its next life as a single-family home on a 55-acre plot in Malibu.
· Connecticut Cottages & Gardens: An Italophile homeowner in the Litchfield Hills builds a villa with 16-foot ceilings and a very cool mix of antique and modern furnishings.
· Chicago Home + Garden: A modern commercial-space turned residence in Bucktown has enough room to house a vintage printing press.

· Florida Design: Thanks to a designer's eye for midcentury pieces, a pink-and-purple Miami, a pink-and-purple color scheme avoids being overly girly.
· Louisville Magazine (Kentucky): Redefining the notion of "shelter," a church in Butcherstown is converted into a series of modern condos.
· Southern New England Home: Blues and greens abound in a Cape Cod compound; the results are peppy, fun and not overly kitschy.
· At Home St. Louis: A list of the region's 10 most beautiful homes includes an 1880 Victorian, a 1901 Queen Anne, and a 1938 English Tudor.
· Vermont HomeStyle: One homeowner trades 2,400 square feet for less than 400, settling in a Chittendon County fixer-upper and transforming it into an adorable little pad.
· Alaska Home Magazine: One couple builds a Craftsman-style home in Anchorage, organizing the interiors according to principles like the Golden Mean and the Fibonacci sequence.
· Colorado Homes & Lifestyles: The magazine's bath of the year features lacquered surfaces and a sexy bath tub for two.
· Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles: The 40th Annual Decorators Show House is the epitome of Southern Grandeur; the magazine also features a behind-the-scenes look at how the show house came together.
· Design New Jersey: A chic beach house in Avalon challenges any firmly established notions we may have about the Jersey Shore.
· Sunset Magazine (American West): A Santa Monica cottage, a San Diego bungalow and a Berkeley, Calif., Airstream home are among the properties featured in a piece on stylish -space living.
· Su Casa (Southwest): A John Gaw Meem-designed adobe home in Los Ranchos de Albuquerque is restored to its 1937 glory, with milled woodwork, cornices and neoclassical details.
· At Home in Arkansas: Students from the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture collab'ed with the Downtown Little Rock Community Development Corporation to design and build a 1,200-square-foot modern house that may serve as a model for prefab affordable housing in the area.
· Sun Valley Home (Idaho): In the tiny town of Fairfield, a modern house built by and for architect Mark Pynn is an innovative complement to the hillside's grain elevators and tall grasses.
· Southern Living: A gorgeous open-layout kitchen in Tulsa boasts Swedish influences and subtle metallic finishes.