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Though the house is sleekly modern—some visitors unaccustomed to contemporary architecture have said it looks like a...
Photo by John Lautner.
A simple black box in many ways, the Ankersvingen Annex succeeds with its simplicity; it adds space without subtracting...
The main house is constructed from structural insulated panels from Vermont Timber Frames and clad in charred cedar.
Located on a canal in a neighborhood outside central Amsterdam is the house Mark de Graaf and Sanne Wisman share with...
The newly built house, just feet from the water’s edge, occupies the space where a decaying farmhouse once stood.
The family’s country estate is the oldest home in Farum and sits on the outskirts of the town.
The two structures meet at the cottage’s northeastern end, where the contrast between them—the rough warmth of local...
Before the addition of the approximately 750-square-foot pool (and its 65-square-foot hot tub), the lot was a scramble...
“There was too much visual pollution disturbing the simplicity.
The rear facade, like the top-floor addition, is faced in rectangular panels of black rainscreen Richlite over exterior...
Architect Michelle Linden worked with Brothers to create a minimalist house.
The rear of the house features Victorian brick, a modern extension, and Velfac windows.
In addition to blurring the line between house and garden, the extension’s frameless glass wall fully surrounds the...
The Zizmors didn't want to use curtains to screen their wide-open home from noisy neighbors.
Cloe chaise longues from Myyour surround the pool.
The Brain is a 14,280 cubic-foot cinematic laboratory where the client, a filmmaker, can work out ideas.
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