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Yumi (left) and Maya (right) cheese around on the steps leading into the front door.
A fireplace can be used on the rear patio and in the living room, making it feel like one cohesive space.
“From the street, it appears as a rectangular building with sloping shed roofs, but this is actually an illusion,”...
The Floating Farmhouse’s semitransparent addition has a roofline that matches the pitch of the original 1820s farmhouse.
Aaron and Yuka Ruell transformed a Portland ranch house into a retro-inspired family home with plenty of spaces—like...
The front door is tucked under a cantilevered terrace.
The two structures meet at the cottage’s northeastern end, where the contrast between them—the rough warmth of local...
The home is made up of two parts: a rear wing containing the studio and a guest room, and the north-facing living...
The building process was a collaborative one, with the Gambys and their architects engineering the house to meet...
The living room wing cantilevers 26 feet off the main structure.
The street-facing facade leans into the landscape with a three-foot-deep cantilever and toward a pathway of hexagonal...
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