The late architect Don Hisaka's most enduring legacy in these parts is the 1968 house he designed and built in Shaker for his family.
Imagine a compact house where everything is functional, energy- and water-efficient, and/or recycled.
Fostering environmental stewardship among the region’s residents and especially its students has been at the heart of the Nature Center’s mission since its founding.
Robert Madison’s rise to the top of his profession as an architect began in the Jim Crow era. But the obstructions and insults merely sharpened his courage and determination.
Maybe you’ve noticed, but there are no laundromats in Shaker.
Fifty years ago the Styche-Hisaka Plan laid out the City’s social, economic, and physical challenges and provided innovative recommendations. We look at the City’s progress since then.
Michael and Christine Peters transformed a run-down, vacant house on South Woodland road into a contemporary home – with a difference.
Harry Shupe was largely forgotten, until two Shaker residents decided to find out more about him.
When Shaker Life went in search of art in Shaker's gardens, we found it all across town.
A Fernway duplex gets a 10-month DIY makeover.