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The roof’s geometric shape helps the interior feel more expansive than it is. Messmate timber floorboards and painted...
At night, residents can draw the curtains closed for privacy.
The house's triangular shape effectively blocks sight of a large wall that stands nearby.
The house's "traditional" feel, Koolhaas says, is "only as thick as the layer of wood on the outside." When entering,...
At the base of Echo Mountain in Phoenix, a geometric home by Wendell Burnette opens up to the surrounding desert...
The floor coverings are designed by Chilewich, and an assortment of art pieces decorates a wall-mounted, stained maple...
In realizing their dream to build a country retreat in upstate New York, Sandy Chilewich and Joe Sultan—proprietors of...
A Texas Couple Builds Their Cast-In-Place Concrete Dream Home
Finding inspiration in the work of Tadao Ando, a Houston couple designs the concrete house of their dreams.
Six modular, concrete boxes comprise a five-bedroom home on Martha’s Vineyard, in Chilmark, Massachusetts.
A sturdy concrete countertop curves around the entire length of the kitchen, finished in a texture Webster describes as...
Podere 43 allows for an endless array of leisure activities like ping-pong.
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...
The Hupert-Kinmont house lies low in a century-old apple orchard, far from neighboring houses.
Four distinct structures make up the house.
Seen from a distance, the farmhouse has a time-honored quality, though it’s still clearly a product of the 21st century.
The roofs of each of the three sections of the home are constructed of zinc and are insulated for added protection.
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