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See how 10 top designers transformed a soaring high-rise into a daring yet livable series of spaces.
A uniquely designed modular home, this New Orleans cottage captures authentic local flavor and offers creative design solutions in a neighborhood that is still rebuilding.
Eleven of the Bay Area's top designers teamed up to transform this classic 1920s Mediterranean-style mansion into a showcase for cutting-edge technologies and contemporary design.
The film Something’s Got to Give inspired Phoebe and Jim Howard’s design for this House Beautiful showhouse in New York City. Their marriage of styles fuses serenity with sophistication.
This vintage Spanish-style bungalow in Los Gatos, CA, was refashioned with a new street orientation and a stunning interior makeover that combines Moorish and arts and crafts influences.
Kid-friendly spaces, natural fabrics and tranquil colors distinguish this three-level townhouse in Woodstock, Georgia, near Atlanta.
Combining traditional architecture with green building techniques, this South Carolina vacation home helps blend a historical community and a new enclave almost seamlessly.
This Asian-inspired townhome pairs neutral tones with bold works of art, resulting in an ideal space for a sophisticated, well-traveled couple.
One of the first LEED-certified homes in the nation, this home sets new green-living standards in a streamlined urban style that puts its Mission District neighborhood on the map.
Bold architecture, aging-in-place features and breathtaking Colorado views make designer Cynthia Leibrock's home a "living laboratory" that blends artistry and functionality.
Fifteen of the Bay Area's most talented designers turned this 1904 San Francisco home into a vibrant, creative showcase for progressive design and intriguing art.
Located in a thriving Chicago neighborhood, this century-old Lincoln Square home gets a thoughtful remodel that offers a contemporary and artistic twist on the traditional two-story.
Ten top designers from Miami, New York City and Los Angeles bring their individual perspectives on modern coastal design to this 10,000-square-foot high-rise condo with spectacular views of Miami.