The residents, who previously lived in Japan, asked that the bathroom be modeled after a Japanese-style bathhouse.
547 Beachcomber Walk by architect Andrew Geller (1958-61), Restoration helmed by Larson and Paul Architects in 2006.
The steps lead to a roof deck, where the owners can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean.
The wood screen concealing the outdoor shower was painted yellow and white, matching the color scheme in the guest...
The lake, seen from the pool.
The clients cite Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mrs.
It was the surf and the artsy vibe that attracted Eric Grunbaum to Venice Beach, California, 18 years ago.
Joined by architect Michael Lee and friend Gus McConnell, Jacobson shouts up to Dukes that they’re headed out for an...
Norman Millar and Judith Sheine designed the built-ins in the living-dining area, which were made from vertical-grain...
In this Portland home, design firm Made arranged individually carved white-oak planks in a geometric pattern on the...
“We wanted the exterior to be the artwork,” Ryan says.
In the house that Richard Williams designed for David Frum and Danielle Crittenden Frum on Lake Ontario,...
“The light is always changing, minute by minute, hour by hour," says Williams.
The northern facade, which faces the water, takes in the view via double-height windows in the main living room, plus...
The deck off the front is also minimally furnished with elegant lines of beach rock and two Leaf chairs by Arper.
Two walls of floor-to-ceiling windows in the master bedroom frame expansive vistas of the Pacific Ocean.
Wardle’s firm also designed the dining table, where up to ten guests can gaze out at the Southern Ocean.
Miha hangs out with Kea, the dog, on the wooden deck that extends the living space outdoors.
A swimming pool was on everyone’s wish list.
Oskar and Karl, 12 and 9, share breakfast at their family’s summer getaway in Sweden.
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