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Everywhere you look, there are places set up to enjoy the lush outdoor areas.
The separation between indoors and outdoors is almost unnoticeable.
The courtyard helped bring together both sections of the house with a pocket garden.
When the firm first arrived on the site, the second floor of the property was so badly damaged that it was at risk of...
The library is lined in reclaimed spotted gum that Maynard says “brings with it wisdom from its previous life.” A...
After purchasing a thin, L-shaped lot in Tokyo, Tamotsu Nakada asked architect and friend Koji Tsutsui to create an...
To achieve a level of comfort on a plot wedged between virtually identical prefab houses, the architects brought in a...
Three-year-old Ran Sugiura peers out the front door of her Tokyo home, a concept-driven yet surprisingly livable piece...
The cypresses beyond the ipe fence afford the family privacy.
Though all the plants are mundane home-center varieties, they grow to uncanny heights in the moist, sunny environment.
The Zizmors didn't want to use curtains to screen their wide-open home from noisy neighbors.
Inside, a suspended staircase rises up past the couple’s bookcase over a well-lit seating nook.
The 1920s building was converted into lofts in 2000.
Uninterrupted cement flooring was chosen for the mezzanine.
In the seating area, a trolley found at a flea market functions as the coffee table alongside an expansive...
Designer in Brooklyn, New York "The pieces in the space are a combination of industrial reclaimed finds and bespoke,...
Futuristic floating stairs lead to the loft’s mezzanine.
Casteñada explains, “Everything starts with an interview that I personally conduct with the owner in order to...
Kartheiser’s private courtyard includes a covered seating area and fire pit, designed by Roberts.
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