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Tom Conrad and Kate Imbach’s first bedroom redo creates as many problems as it alleviated, blocking their view of Noe...
The garage is an exercise in “hide and reveal.” The Corian shelf features an outlet in a converted book, a detail that...
“Bobois” translated to “beautiful wood,” is evident in the precise mortise and tenon joinery of Stephane Lebrun’s...
The auxiliary cabins contain the sleeping quarters. A ladder leads to a sleeping loft underneath a gabled ceiling.
The Bunnings found the boulder that marks the entryway (above, left) during the home’s excavation.
A split thread staircase leads up to the bedroom.
A new staircase turns a corner at the large stone chimney, an element of the original house that the designers were...
The main living area features a full glass frontage facing the mountains and stairs...
View from the guest entry provides a focus on the open staircase and out to the tall pines beyond.
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The flooring and stair treads are by Northern Wide Plank. - North Hatley, Quebec Dwell Magazine : July / August...
A main tasting room occupies the center of the new building and includes a bar, outdoor terrace, seating area, and...
The wet bathroom, clad in Savoy penny tile by Ann Sacks, helped optimize the home’s petite footprint.
Oiled jarrah eucalyptus contrasts with a kitchen niche of reddish-brown stained plywood in this kitchen alcove in a New...
At the meeting point of these two masses, public and private spaces, is a vertical axis that cuts the horizontal plane...
staircase &...
The Wall House in Cascais, a coastal town in an area known as the Portuguese Riviera, is an 11,840-square-foot home...