Dwell Community’s Top 20 Homes of 2017

Dwell Community’s Top 20 Homes of 2017

By Dwell
These astounding homes will have you doing double takes.

If you're ever at a loss for architectural inspiration, look no further than the Add a Home channel on Dwell.com, where designers, architects, and proud homeowners can share their abodes with the wider community. The top 20 homes, rounded up below, represent the most startlingly unique projects that wow-ed our editors and readers alike in 2017. From a shipping container cabin to a tiny house that acts like an amplifier, these killer projects are sure to impress. Keep scrolling to see what made the cut.

20. Randall Street

Architect: Pleysier Perkins, Location: Merricks Beach, Victoria, Australia

Architect: Surfside Projects, Location: Encinitas, California

16. Caucaso

Architect: Jose Juan Rivera Rio, Location: Cuidad de México, México

Architect: Matt Fajkus Architecture, Location: Austin, Texas

Architect: Abramson Teiger Architects, Location: Jackson, Wyoming

Architect: Elizabeth Baird Architecture & Design, Location: Austin, Texas

Architect: The Ranch Mind, Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Architect: Lines Design Creation and Consultancy, Location: Kuwait City, Al Asimah Governate, Kuwait

10. The Coyle

Architect: Prentiss + Balance + Wickline Architects, Location: Quilcene, Washington

Architect: Terry & Terry Architecture, Location: Oakland, California

Studio: Un.Box Studio, Location: Austin, Texas

Design Architect: Reza Aliabadi, Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Architect: Augustus Mino + Robert Fitzpatrick, Location: Chappaqua, New York 

Architect: Karen Mar, YAMAMAR Design, Location: Manton, California

Architect: Olson Kundig, Location: San Juan Island, Washington

Architect: Olson Kundig, Location: Longbranch, Washington

Architect: Lloyd Russell, AIA, Location: Encinitas, California

Architect: Brian Crabb, Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas

To see more of our Top 10 lists, click here.  


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