Collection by Nathan Morse

Amazing Homes

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Some homes look nice. Then there are some that can't even be put into words. These houses are a combination of unique architecture and beautiful landscapes that make them irresistible to the human eye.

One of two Michael Ferguson-designed homes on our tours, the Wilson Residence in Venice is a testament to the evolution...
The Woodman’s Treehouse
The Woodman’s Treehouse transports its guests into a green wonderland where uninterrupted views of the forest and modern comforts...
Ranch Reprise
After years of incongruous alterations, Sexton Lawton Architecture peels back the layers on a mid-century ranch in Denver to...
Modern Marsh House in South Carolina
In South Carolina's Lowcountry, a contemporary house soars amid the oaks and alligators.
A Renovated Midcentury Gem in Austin
A 1960s home with an unusual awning gets upgraded with 21st-century conveniences while maintaining its Austin street cred.
Striking Slatted Wood and Glass Home in San Francisco
Teaming up with architect Craig Steely, an industrial designer and a mechanical engineer find just the right design for a...
By putting solar power and recycled materials to use, Eric Garcetti and his partner transformed a mid-century house on...
A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
A Toronto couple remodel their home with a special emphasis on a spacious kitchen and a material-rich bathroom.
Knokke by minus
Knokke is a minimal space created by Belgium-based designers minus.
A glassed-in first floor in Mölle, Sweden, makes the home appear to hover over the ground.
A second-story Dutch door above the canopy ushers in sunlight and breezes.
“The interest of this work lies in its simplicity,” LLaumett says.
Desiring a home in a natural setting for their three sons, ages 5, 9, and 10, architects Katie and Danny MacNelly built...
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.
A Curvaceous Connecticut Home Asks $2.6M
Its winding, white stucco facade bespeaks a fluid interior that blends indoor and outdoor space.
A cantilevered cabin designed by R D Gentzler blends into the forest, even as it hovers above a 20-foot drop-off.
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