From the 1950s to the 1960s, the country’s first homes were inspired by the American landscape.
But by the 1980s, designers and engineers began to look to the urban landscape to design their homes.
Today, the American home has evolved into a vast and diverse landscape.
Here’s a look at the people and places that shaped it. 1.
The architects of the modern home By the 1960 and 1970s, architects were largely the preserve of academic institutions, and there were only a few major houses designed by professional architects.
The American home’s architects, however, were not limited to these narrow confines.
While the profession had many different roles, they were often working to build an urban landscape.
Today architects can design anywhere from a one-bedroom apartment in the suburbs to a one and a half-floor townhouse in the city, with their home designs reflecting the neighborhood, culture, and lifestyle.
They also have a wide range of styles that include homes with different shapes and sizes, as well as homes that incorporate architectural elements from different neighborhoods.
In addition, many architects were interested in creating the ultimate home that is not only functional, but aesthetically pleasing.
The new architecture boom in the 1960’s By the 1970s and 1980s the American architecture boom was starting to take hold.
The construction of homes like the one you see here in this photograph was just starting to reach its peak, and by the late 1960s it was common to see homes with over two floors.
This was a time when architects were also working on large-scale residential projects.
As the home design boom continued, designers were able to make an impact on the American design landscape.
From the early 1970s to today, the landscape of American design has changed dramatically.
The modern home has seen significant evolution, and in many ways the evolution has been a continuation of the architecture boom of the late 20th century.
Today we see a plethora of design options, from traditional design to modern design, from small spaces to large ones, from elegant homes to grand.
The influence of the architects in the modern day The architecture boom continues today.
Modern architecture is becoming more mainstream and the design community is increasingly involved in its creation.
This is especially true of large-project projects, like the vast majority of American homes today.
But for those that work in the architecture field, there is one area where the architecture industry has always been a strong force.
The profession is often seen as a niche in the architectural world, and many architects, designers, and engineers are not interested in the professional ranks.
However, with the proliferation of home design programs, schools, and schools of architecture in the last 20 years, architects have been able to take on this role.
Today there are more than 60,000 architects working in the field of architecture, and more than 500,000 designers.
The number of architectural students in the United States continues to grow, as are the numbers of graduates who choose to pursue the profession.
For the architects, this has meant that they are in a position to influence the future of American home design.
This article was originally published by New York magazine and is reproduced with permission.