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A sympathetic addition creates a dialogue between old and new in an art-filed Arlington Heights abode.
This stunning midcentury home in Dallas was inspired by architect Bruce Goff and features a patchwork of organic design elements.
Solar panels generate 61 percent of the home’s energy, while a rainwater collection system supplies all water needs, and a geothermal system manages heating and cooling.
A modern architecture lover taps Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects to build her dream house in Dallas.
Architect Michael Morrow of Kinneymorrow Architecture redesigns a classic adobe house in Marfa, Texas.
How productions designers for The Long Road Home staged a famous battle of the Iraq War at Fort Hood
The new blueprint includes a new 5-mile park encircling the city center.
A wholly contemporary home designed by John Shortall and builder Kenneth Schleback in 2015 has come on the market in the Farmers Branch neighborhood of Dallas.
Deltec has built over 5,000 resilient homes in areas hit by some of history’s strongest storms
Here’s an architect’s-own 1955 residence in Fort Worth, Texas, that is waiting with open doors for your overhaul.
The former show house has been carefully maintained with just a few period-appropriate updates.
A midcentury home built by Sam Maceo, an organized crime boss credited with establishing the coastal city of Galveston as a resort town with his brother Rose, has come on the market.
An already-tight market challenged by the demands of repair and reconstruction.
One Austin, Texas, startup has a bold vision for the future of tiny homes.
How will the housing industry react to this demographic shift?
Known as the Alamo House, this unique residence in San Antonio, Texas, was originally designed in 1928 and got a redesign by Phil Lloyd Shoop in the ’50s.
How design helped Cedar Rapids, Iowa, recover from a catastrophic flood, and lessons the process may have for Houston
A tour of little-known architectural gems from across the U.S.
One of Houston’s newest city parks hints at how waterways can become part of a more resilient future.
Texas is getting a preview of life in a billion-dollar disaster zone—but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Floods and fires are serious disasters, but insurance risk may be climate change’s biggest economic impact