An Entirely Different Story

A 1950s ranch rises up to become a modern farmhouse. Sometimes it takes a professional to see past what came before and imagine something different. After a string of unfortunate […]

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The Ties that Bind

After Hurricane Sandy destroyed a treasured family beach house, a new home rises up to secure its hold on future generations. A love of the water, salty air and laid-back […]

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Design/Build: A River Runs Past It

In Avon by the Sea, a shingle-style home gracefully stands up to Mother Nature. Situated on the bank of the Shark River in New Jersey, this three-story home features large […]

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Michael Graves – An American Legacy

Editor’s Note: We were honored when world-renowned architect and product designer Michael Graves agreed to allow us to photograph and write about his Princeton home. And we were saddened to […]

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Sand Castle

In Seaside Park, an expansive home offers cozy comforts. What better place to bring folks together than the beach? That’s what the owners of this shingle-and-stone residence had in mind […]

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­­A House with a View

A new home is designed to take advantage of the stunning views from its position at the crest of a hill. It all started with the view. The owners of […]

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Surmounting the Stereotype

A split-level takes on a new identity. The split-level home—it’s an architectural style perhaps best known from the Brady Bunch television series and often dismissed as a midcentury folly. But […]

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RX for Restoration

An architectural gem in New Vernon gets the care it deserves. New Jersey’s stock of grand, architecturally significant homes is dwindling—victims of neglect, financial constraints and changing lifestyles—but at least […]

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Weathering the Storm

A builder and architect create a shore home with the latest weather-resistant features. People have been more mindful for some time—even before Hurricane Sandy—of the need to build weather-resistant homes, […]

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