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The pool of the Phoenix house feels as laterally finite as the house feels spacious—but the view goes up forever.
Stacey walking around the pool.
The reflecting pool is surrounded by foliage and breathtaking views of the bay.
Though the front of this 1880s home in Adelaide, Australia, maintains a traditional facade due to strict heritage laws,...
The pool is sheltered on all sides by white plaster walls, a space envisioned by the architect as a volume that's "half...
“Exposing the craft and detail of the materials was a key part of the design,” Flato notes.
Wright Feldhusen Architects designed this house for a client that loves to swim.
The geometric pool also captures views of the lush landscape.
Clad in copper panels that Holl had fabricated by the Kansas City, Missouri, company Zahner, the house is daylit by a...
@mon_palmer: A decision to change our sliding door to steel bifold windows opened up a completely new option as to how...
The back of the home glows at night as the giant, two-story glass doors swing open to remove the barrier between inside...
An interplay of geometries in what Khanna calls "the belly of the building." Uplights create new angles of light, raw...
Outdoor lounge chairs by Richard Schultz sit on brick floors.
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