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Virginia Tech’s FutureHAUS travels to Dubai to compete in a solar decathlon. more

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A week of events celebrates the city’s modern architecture and design. more

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With easy access to downtown, a former streetcar suburb emerges from years of decline. more

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Renewed interiors reflect intuitive design in an expanded 1952 ranch. more

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Richmond restaurateurs Katrina and Johnny Giavos make a new home in the ’burbs. more

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Ancient Vedic principles can help orient the home for personal well-being. more

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Holly Lawn and its owners demonstrate heart and perseverance following devastation. more

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A couple trades big-city living for a historic charmer in North Side. more

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From her Church Hill home, Richmond’s first practicing African-American female architect overcame biases by doing. more

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A Westover Hills home connects its owners to the James River and showcases their art. more

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A little-known enclave near the James River combines urban convenience and natural charm. more

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The Branch Museum's new awards honor architecture and design leaders. more

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Richmond’s Branch Museum of Architecture and Design bestows the first Virginia by Design Awards. more

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Close community and neighborhood haunts are the hallmark of this eastern Richmond historic district. more

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This humble structure structure was a home for nearly 50 years before being pressed into another half-century (and counting) as office space. more

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This quaint, not-so-suburban community offers culture and character south of the river. more

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The Branch Museum explores the work of Glavé & Holmes architects. more

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It took a while for this house to get its name, but it stuck. more

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How Historic Richmond purchased 33 houses in the early 1980s to spark Church Hill North’s rebirth more

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The VMFA serves as the cultural and recreational hub of this friendly, walkable city neighborhood. more

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