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“Segovia is a very central region, but an underdeveloped one,” de la Quadra-Salcedo says.
Ramirez and his partner, Sarah Mason Williams, dine at a sequoia table by Redwood Burl next to a hulking juniper tree...
Architect Chris Knapp of Built-Environment Practice designed and completed construction of the Dragonfly within six...
Photo by: Phillip...
Ziger/Snead Architects constructed this ode to rowing in rural Virginia for a Baltimore couple who share a love of...
Cedar slats mark the facade of the Worple's lakefront vacation home in Ontario.
Gerard Kitchener and his partner Denise spend most weekends on top of an exposed hill in a two-level steel-and-glass...
While it was tempting to embed the cabin into the hillside, Balance Associates sought a smarter solution.
The bank of windows on the rear facade faces a lush hillside.
All-vinyl siding on the original shell was replaced with natural plywood T1-11 cladding.
“There was the challenge of how to build appropriately on such a sublime and pristine site,” explains Pejic.
The architects designed the rooms as a linear sequence wrapping around a central courtyard.
The pool is framed by angular concrete paths reflecting the natural geometry of the site.
Composed of 220 aluminum "light shelves," the solar reflector screen is the focal point of the front façade.
This tree house in Sweden with a mirrored exterior by Tham and Videgård Arkitekter is just large enough to host two...
A 1,600-square-foot in-law unit in Sonoma, California, has two bedrooms and two baths for its 87-year-old resident,...
The 800-square-foot house is among the first shipping container residences in San Diego County, according to Mike.
Finished in 2013, the 3,660-square-foot Casa Incubo was built from stacking and sliding four shipping containers to...
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