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Glorious Uses of Glass

From staircases to statement walls, these homes make great use of glass.
March 12, 2015
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7 Homes that Make Strong Use of Teak

Popularized by modern Scandinavian design, teak makes a smooth, understated material choice in the home.
March 12, 2015
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Minimal Swiss Retreat Carved From Centuries-Old Stone

Despite the name, delicate lines of glass and plaster run through the Scaiano Stone House.
March 12, 2015
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5 Perfectly Framed Views

The architects behind these structures use windows as apertures to deftly capture stunning vistas.
March 11, 2015
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A Wing-Roofed Home in Georgia Perches Among the Trees

Cantilevered volumes of glass lift the residents of this modern Atlanta home high into an urban forest.
March 11, 2015
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Classic Apartment in Tel Aviv Gets a Striking Minimal Reboot

In a neighborhood of Tel Aviv known for Bauhaus design, Pitsou Kedem Architects does an industrial reboot from the ground floor up—starting with a new basement.
March 11, 2015
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Beloved Midcentury Houses Examined After Decades of Wear and Tear

A new book looks at the evolution and adaptation of iconic midcentury modern houses in New Canaan, Connecticut.
March 11, 2015
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Truly Imaginative Buildings Around the World

The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings (Simon & Schuster) tells the story of the bold, mind-bending structures that are shaping the architectural landscape. Author Marc Kushner argues that buildings today are not purely designed for function—they're also built to instill wonder and awe. Here, we gather a few of the sculptural structures included in the book.
March 11, 2015
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Pritzker Worthy: Awe-Inspiring Architecture by Pritzker Laureates

Following yesterday's announcement that the late German architect Frei Otto won the 2015 Pritzker Prize, we decided to revisit some more awe-inspiring architecture by recent laureates.
March 11, 2015
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