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Of the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s not-quite-500-square-foot aerie in Greenwich Village, five contain drawers.
Davor (with his wife, Abbe, and son, August) designed the main living and dining pavilion as a double-height space to...
Van Beek’s extra space is home to her office.
The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company.
The house has a small environmental footprint.
Large sliding glass doors suspend the living room within the landscape for family gatherings or larger events.
The relationship between interior and exterior becomes crucial in the articulation of the residence.
The house is assembled, rather than built, with a prefabricated foundation, concrete panel siding and efficient...
A double-height space encompasses the kitchen, dining and living area, and features 36-feet-wide glass doors that...
Two layers of aluminum woven-coil drapes hang outside the large, south-facing windows above the living area.
The dining room table sits at one end of the main room, with an open view onto the rows of trees that extend out from...
In the upstairs bedroom, a square skylight opens to a patch of sky.
Glass doors grant the bedroom an immediate connection to the water.
From the northeast corner of the master bedroom, the homeowners can walk out onto a deck area to enjoy the view of the...
The bedroom’s vertical, floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants admire the graceful trees outside.
A Little Cabin Reaches Such Great Heights
When nature laid down a boulder of a design challenge in the Massachusetts mountains, an architect’s solution elevated the...
One of the main goals of the construction was to do as little harm as possible to the existing environment, which...
Construction during Lake Tahoe’s snowy season posed the biggest building challenge.
This 1,000 square-foot weekend cabin in Mazama, Washington, is essentially a "steel box on stilts," according to the...

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