As New Orleans struggles to get back on its feet, one architect learns from the past while building for the future.
Designed and built in 1878 for Judge John Murphy, a 4,400-square-foot white structure has, from the outside, the undeniable characteristics of a classic San Francisco Victorian. Stepped back from...
In August of 2004, a weekend-long party took place at a new house in the Hacienda Agua Caliente neighborhood of Tijuana, Mexico. The house was raw and unfinished, with bare concrete floors and...
In an unlikely mountaintop locale, Anderson Anderson Architecture crafted a home out of a complex composition of off-the-shelf components, paving new paths for the prefabricated construction industry.
The Mariscal residence in downtown San Diego is just one surprise in a city rarely associated with innovative urban structures.
Diane Cheatham and Edward Baum team up to try to make the Dallas of their design dreams a reality.
For this San Diego family, the phrase "putting down roots" has taken on a whole new meaning.