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  • Builders' Show: Tips for Building and Remodeling Houses for Older Americans

    How to build profits by creating universally designed new homes and updating existing ones.

  • Three kitchen designers tell building pros that great design and products make a kitchen functional.

    “A workable kitchen can be beautiful, but a beautiful kitchen is not always workable.”

  • Designers say pros need to use color throughout their homes–even if only sparingly–to wow potential customers.

    Adding color to your houses can make a big impact for not a lot of money.

  • IBS Session: Changing Population Trends

    There are a number of population trends that home building pros need to stay abreast of in order to convert potential buyers to customers, according to three design experts presenting.

  • A roundup of product introductions from the first day of International Builders’ Show.

    Products from Whirlpool, Everpure, Icynene, James Hardie, Vantage, and Nana Wall.

  • Dense Neighborhoods, Smaller Homes Need Not Sacrifice Design

    “How do you bring green to a broad audience?” architect Steven DeWan, AIA, asked the audience during the “12 Tips to Transform Any Plan Into a Green House Plan” seminar at the International Builders’ Show. “Through design.”

  • Green Products From the 2009 International Builders' Show

    Despite the cloud hanging over this year’s International Builders’ Show—a dramatic difference from the record crowds just two years ago—there will still be plenty of manufacturers on hand exhibiting a range of great new products. Not surprising, many of those products are green. Here’s a look at a...

  • Green Building Programming at the International Builders' Show

    Green products and technology will be in the spotlight at the 2009 International Builders’ Show.

  • International Builders Show Green Day Is Back

    Sustainable building to be in the spotlight.