Sometimes a house is nothing more than a simple structure stocked with functional furniture and all the necessary conveniences and comforts of day-to-day life.
For a thoroughly 21st-century man who built two homes via e-mail and whose best friend is his iPhone, it’s oxymoronic that Gary Wasserman’s preferred...
Pontiac is going green. Habitat for Humanity, Chrysler Financial, and Gontina Building and Design joined forces to build the area’s first affordable home that meets the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification standards.
Dennis and Bonnie Vankeersblick collect almost everything. Here’s how it happened.
Seasonal affective disorder is a fancy name for the winter blues. In other words, winter is depressing and everyone’s at risk.
Dmytro Szylak, A Ukrainian immigrant, worked 32 years in a GM factory before retiring and beginning construction on an ever-evolving, always-expanding art installation perched high atop two adjacent garages behind his house in Hamtown.
Celebrated architect Wallace Frost designed approximately 40 homes in Birmingham after opening an office there in 1926. In some areas, a neighborhood stroll can...
Of all his creations, Roger Margerum is most proud of a simple, award-winning steel park shelter located just downstream from the Ambassador Bridge.
His donation of more than 100,000 pieces from the folk art collection quintupled Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art.
After 18 years as chef and owner of Inn Season Café in Royal Oak, George Vutetakis knows his way around a kitchen.