Whole grain, organic brick will be the building material of the future. Like they help people, whole grains help houses live longer and feel better.
Generation Y is remaking collective living. The idea may have come from the hippie lifestyles their parents used to live, but this is remade with all the comforts and technology of today.
Remove interior doors for a quick home remodel and appeal to homebuyers who want open floorplans.
Lawnmowers and grass-cutters may become relics once new “false foliage” becomes standard.
Sleepovers aren’t just for kids anymore. Many adults like to “spend the night” in possible homes.
In an effort to increase future profits, homebuilders have decided to make homes with a 20 year lifespan.
Much like children’s blocks, new housing units are stackable and interchangeable.
Condominium Living Explained: Human-Animal Link Uncovered by scientists studying rabbits, bees, ants, and people.
Sellers are experiencing the convenience and fun of live-in real estate agents.
Turn your city dwelling into a country home with the help of 3D imaging.