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The cabins are made up of two layers of wood construction.
Architect Jesse Garlick’s rural Washington vacation home references its rugged surroundings.
Large sliding doors connect the living room to both the courtyard and a covered porch on the western side of the house.
Stained cedar, ipe, and concrete form the 2,500-square-foot home's modern palette.
Narrow windows facing the street help create privacy on the upper level.
Architect Burton Baldridge’s design for a house in Austin features a cantilevered upper volume with a gabled profile...
Linus, Archie, and Olive relax on the home’s cedar-lined front deck that opens off the main living area.
The Strolz House nestles in the winter snow at the edge of the Austrian village of Lech.
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