Mary Jo Bowling served as Curbed's home scouting editor through March 2018. During her tenure, she produced the weekly House Calls column.
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The San Francisco firm specializes in projects that are juicy, brainy, and—in some cases—seemingly impossible.
That’s what the Walker family asked their architect. He answered by designing a home for under $200 per square foot.
Missouri couple makes an affordable, recycled home out of shipping containers.
An architect, an author, and a house that’s new and old.
Given that he could have a house and garden in Yonkers for less than the price of a Brooklyn townhouse, an architect makes a move.
A couple works to build a house that can weather the next Hurricane Sandy.
When high prices and city rules halted a couple’s house-building plans, they went small.
The desire for a larger home—one they could remodel with their own point of view—pushed one couple out of the city and into suburbia.