An 8-by-12-foot piece of tempered glass on the front of the house serves as a window for the first-floor den and a...
Dappled sunlight and reclaimed-wood floors and walls give the master bedroom a warm, peaceful feel.
In the outdoor dining room, wire chairs by Harry Bertoia for Knoll surround a mango wood table made by a local...
Designer Monica Berdin—who is married to architect Clinton Cuddington—worked with Aloe Designs to cover two sides of...
The street-facing facade leans into the landscape with a three-foot-deep cantilever and toward a pathway of hexagonal...
In a family’s pint-size lake retreat in Austin, Texas, ipe siding and decking meet concrete floors and steeland-glass...
Landscape architect Tait Moring installed pavers around the structure’s perimeter and kept the tree cover intact.
Imagine waking up in a room with a stunning view, eating your breakfast on a terrace, walking to a secluded beach for a...
Sheets of unframed glass fill the spaces between the building’s operable windows and the sloping eave of the roof,...
In Vancouver’s Strathcona district, two side-by-side lots now hold seven residences—thanks to a thoughtful renovation...
Resident Misha Bukowski plays with young Zachary in the walkway between the renovated buildings.
Sun Volt With the roof angled at 43 degrees, the architects lined the southern slant of the house with solar panels to...
Passive ProgressiveStunning bamboo covers this house in Bessancourt, France, on all four sides, its lattice making up a...
A Shipping Container Home in Pennsylvania Embraces Its Rugged Industrial Origins
A couple builds a new home, repurposing a series of 11 shipping containers and an existing concrete foundation to maximal effect.
The exterior of a renovated 19th-century building in Braga, Portugal.
This Backyard Triumphs Over Trouble to Become an Oasis of Calm
Prompted by a collapsing retaining wall, a couple transform their Hollywood Hills backyard into a modern retreat.
10 Inspiring Houses
From clever materials to coastal living, here's what caught our eye this week.
“How would a kid draw a house?” architect Per Franson asked himself when designing the Olivero-Reinius family home in...
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