This house built on a Hawaiian lava flow is a stunning feat in site-poured concrete.
In this El Salvadorean beach house, it's nearly impossible to tell if you're inside or outside, thanks to interior gardens and minimal dividing walls.
This home on Scotland’s Isle of Skye makes the perfect, tranquil retrat. "Simple materials, vaulted spaces, and uncluttered interiors give a sense of peace as you would find in a place of worship,” says architect Neil Stephen.
This contemporary home in Lima, Peru with a sweeping grass driveway wraps around existing trees in its central courtyard.
This modern home with jaw-dropping views on the Aegean island of Skiathos uses dry-stacked slate quarried from a nearby island as a nod to its location.
This geometric, glass-faced home in Phoenix provides the ideal vantage point of the Arizona landscape.
This angled, wood-and-steel home on Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand perfect tucks into its rocky terrain.
This Martha's Vineyard home features an inverted hip roof that elevates the ceilings at the edges rather than the middle, opening the rooms to sunshine, sea breezes, and panoramic vistas.