Author: Annika Holmberg

It was a great labor of love to convert a worn-down print works spot into a contemporary house with a stellar energy-efficiency rating.

It's one of only three Wright-designed structures in the state, but also one of the largest homes the legendary architect ever created.

If you loved the scenery in 'Where the Crawdad Sings,' perhaps a coastal Carolina getaway like this that embraces nature is in your future.

This new-old home dates back to the 1850s, but was recently reborn thanks to an artful gut renovation by the renowned architect.

If members of the Gilded Age's high society lived in 2023 New York City, they would likely find this revamped building created by William Waldorf Astor up to snuff.