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All the "Right" Angles
A line up of homes with some playful geometries.
Concerned that studio was too big compared to other homes in the neighborhood, the 1,060 square-foot structure...
With clean white stucco cladding and unusual angles, the three-module house stands out from the surrounding...
Sky-high ceilings are created by a sculptural pitched roof.
Another angle of the “Phantasy Landscape.” © Panton Design,...
The house has a striking facade: The sharply angled roofline eschews conventional geometries.
The building features an angled roofline and a textured brick facade.
Some 35 percent of the materials from the renovation were resurrected in the yard: Redwood panels became fencing.
“The steep site lends itself to the ‘upside down’ configuration,” Harkness explains.
Lean Machine-Architect Jesper Brask waited three years studying the site of his future vacation home before building,...
Just a few blocks from the swooping Barclays Center arena in downtown Brooklyn sits an unexpectedly quiet haven, a...
GilBartolomé Architects says the metal facade looks like "the skin of a dragon set in the ground when seen from below"...
Concrete planters frame the facade—a union of monolithic slabs that offers privacy and compositional integrity to the...
At the lower left, polycarbonate panels glow under the cantilevered, vertically-seamed sheet-metal facade. Photo...
An artist by trade, and gardener by passion, Allison Paschke commissioned Providence-based architecture firm 3SIXØ to...
The roughly 5,000-square-foot Lens House renovation, which was finished in 2012 and just won a 2014 RIBA National...
In the new 2,770-square-foot apartment, original I-beams brace the structure at dramatic angles and collide overhead,...
Abutting the kitchen, the owners’ existing dining chairs, table, and bench have found a new home beneath the...
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