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A Bay Area landscape designer works her yard like a jigsaw puzzle, packing a bevy of distinctive destinations into a...
LEDs behind the slatted cedar screen cast a soft glow on the concrete and wood surrounding the lap pool. Click here to...
A green roof blooms atop the detached garage.
In the outdoor dining room, wire chairs by Harry Bertoia for Knoll surround a mango wood table made by a local...
A board formed concrete wall creates a solid barrier off of the open living space to allow the homeowner to feel safe...
A board formed concrete fire pit draws you out to the back patio from the open living...
Open and inviting, the addition enables a fluid indoor-outdoor connection that didn’t exist before.
After raising the rear patio to the level of the kitchen, the team reused the original redwood decking and supplemented...
Scott MacFiggen and Regina Bustamante, tech industry veterans from Silicon Valley, called on architect Christi Azevedo...
Unlike the north-facing side of the home, the south-facing facade is completely windowless and opaque, with the...
The courtyard with its fire pit and infinity pond—extends the living area outdoors.
Though the fire pit was “kind of an after-thought,” says Hannah, the family uses it year-round.
Marine-grade stainless steel resists corrosion so that even in coastal environments, the products have longevity and...
The gabled roof on Enough House puts it in conversation with the adjacent Troop barn and Cheboque schoolhouse, but its...
Lambeth Marsh...
Though they give the appearance of bent plywood, each curved layer of the ribbed corridor was constructed with flat,...
Architect Will Winkelman and landscape architect Todd Richardson collaborated with a client, JT Bullitt, to design a...
Concealed speakers from James Loudspeaker, scattered throughout the indoor and outdoor rooms, let the residents stream...
“The lone valley oak in some ways defined the shape of the house,” says landscape architect Bernard Trainor.
Wildlife are frequent visitors here, but the area’s active woodpeckers aren’t very welcome, so the house is clad in...
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