The New Home Trends Institute, the new consumer-insights unit of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, shares what people want in 2021 kitchens in a TBD exclusive.
Building Tech & Products 08.26.21
As Pulte ventures with Mine on turnkey interior design and furnishings e-commerce solutions, a business model pivot on model home economics begins to come clear.
An underlying, strategically critical question for market-rate housing leaders: How geared are their organizations, designs, land plans, and price offerings for 'explosive' diversity in household composition?
An Ivory Prize-winning portfolio of community development projects disprove conventional wisdom that housing can be either affordable or sustainable, but not both.
One of business's pandemic-era buzzwords is both all-important and transitory. There's no way around addressing it, and yet, one day, its meaning will fade.
The concept project's close-up moment takes place in Pittsboro, N.C., spotlighting the need to listen and discover to meet new homebuyers' demands in a time defined by the pandemic.
As a context to explore inspired and inspiring concepts, LA's "Low Rise" competition winners hew to a central theme: architecture as a solution for social, policy, economic, and cultural challenge.
Vertical construction got underway this month on a house in Chatham Park, N.C., whose name is Barnaby. Here's why.
A glimpse at the 2021 cohort of 10 most innovative, impactful, and scalable programs to bring affordable, equitable housing to more communities.
Building Tech & Products 05.04.21
The adrenaline blast a homebuyer may experience walking through a fit-and-finished home is akin to that thrill builders feel as they walk through a rough-framed and roofed enclosure. Here's a framewalk, unplugged.