Top 5 Homes of the Week With Cozy, Modern Fireplaces
1. OKC Modern
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Architect: Butzer Architects and Urbanism, Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
From the photographer: "Dotted inside an Oklahoma City enclave of traditional you'll find a neoteric gem. Developers Willoughby/Ridley and award-winning Butzer Architects give a grand neighborhood a luxurious update with this architecturally substantial property."
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Architect: Charlie & Co. Design, Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota
From the architect: "This multigenerational home provides both ample space and privacy for every family member. Featuring huge banks of windows and great outdoor spaces—including a third-level rooftop deck—it takes advantage of the gorgeous views of the Mississippi River."
3. 2 Barns
Architect: Barry Price, Location: Woodstock, New York
From the project uploader: "2 Barns is a four-acre property overlooking the Ashokan Resevoir. Both buildings are contemporary barn-like structures designed by architect Barry Price. Both structures are 100 percent wheelchair accessible, and both meet passive house specifications."
Architect: SHED Architecture + Design, Location: Seattle, Washington
From the architect: "Located in a Seattle suburb, this detached stable and garage had fallen into disuse by the time the current owners purchased the property. The couple, a painter and a digital designer with no horses to call their own, decided to enclose and convert the stable into a flexible studio space for working and painting, with a guest space for visiting family. In addition to the open studio space, the new design includes a full bathroom, a utility sink, and private quarters, and it could easily be converted into an accessory dwelling unit in the future."
Architect: Richard Pedranti Architect, Location: Narrowsburg, New York
From the architect: "The design goal was a cost- and energy-efficient retreat house that settled lightly on the landscape. The building is on piers and has the feel of a tree house set on the edge of a wildflower meadow with views to the lake and forest. The primary features of this weekend retreat house are its simple, open form and clean aesthetic. It emphasizes natural materials including a stone fireplace, Douglas fir interior finishes, and indoor/outdoor rooms with a visual connection to the natural setting. The open plan also includes private spaces and features that make it a perfect writer’s retreat."
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