An article in the April 2012 issue of Architectural Digest gives a good introduction to building custom houses.
There are a lot of articles that deal with building houses.
But none are as interesting as this article.
The article covers the basics, from designing the house to building the building.
The first few pages are mostly written by the author, and then the article moves into the construction.
The section on building the house is interesting, because it shows the use of the wood-framed design, which makes it possible to build a house with a large open space, a central entryway and lots of windows.
There’s a lot more detail on this section, and I’m interested to see how it will change as I build more custom houses, but in general, this is a good start.
The next article is on building a roof, and it shows how to build one with lots of panels on top.
In the next article, I will look at the design of a shed.
But this article also shows how the house can be made with a shed, so I think it’s a good starting point.
The last section is about a custom bath.
The author describes the building process, and how it can be built with a bathtub.
The final section is on a custom room.
The building of the house has been a long-term dream of mine, so it’s nice to have an article that gives an overview of how I built a house.
The whole article can be read in the article index or by clicking on the article title above.
It’s about two thirds of the way through the book.
The images of the book cover are all available in the book, including the pictures of the inside and outside of the books.
The book is published by Allen & Unwin, and is available from Amazon and from most bookshops.
There is a free Kindle edition, too, which is a great choice for those who want to read the book online.
The best way to read this book is on your Kindle reader.