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superrkül dubbed this project the Stealth Cabin because it's hidden in the landscape and will continue to recede in...
The house is divided into three sections connected by a series of outdoor galleries.
The House for a Musher is all about taking advantage of its hilltop site.
Building atop the foundation of a previous greenhouse was a cost-cutting measure; it allowed the project to be...
The bedroom is to the immediate right of the entrance; the architects selected plywood for interior surfacing for the...
Kartheiser’s private courtyard includes a covered seating area and fire pit, designed by Roberts.
Anka Lamprecht and Lukas Wezel shared their rustic domicile in a valley in Grotli, Norway.
The house's ceiling was hewn from Douglas fir, which gives off a warm glow.
The 1950s desk in the office is from the original house; the chair is by Aksel, a Norwegian furniture company.
The site needed a path that would let residents easily ascend from the bank to the house.
On a sloping site near a defunct rock quarry on the remote lobster-fishing island of Vinalhaven, Maine, a three-part...
Rocks that were unearthed while digging the foundation make up the hardscape in the rear, beyond the open porch.
The roughly 160-square-foot modules, dubbed Mini House 2.0, were built in collaboration with Swedish manufacturer...
“There had been two or three primitive cabins on the property in the past, which resulted in a clearing that we...
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