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Exterior, poolside, of modern mansion in hills above Los Angeles

Los Angeles-based Landry Design Group collaborates with structural and civil engineers on hillside homes to determine if the best seismic reinforcement is concrete caissons sunk into the ground, or a mat-slab foundation in which the home’s weight is evenly distributed across the foundation. Photo: Erhard Pfeiffer

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Resilient design creates homes that can survive natural disasters and stay functional in the aftermath

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The road to becoming a successful green builder starts with planning

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These custom-built homes make a strong design statement while delivering a high level of energy and resource efficiency.

News

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced that more than 20,000 homes across the United States have earned certification through the LEED for Homes program. 

wood, building material, study, Canada, tall structures

Canadian study says wood could be good building material for tall structures

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A new study examines the potential of wood — typically used only in low-rise building — as an option in taller structures.

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March 2018

This Month in Custom Builder

Products

Weather Shield partnered with Sherwin-Williams for furniture-grade finishes on their window and door collections

Features

Details are the thread that tie environments together

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