10 Cozy Wood-Burning Stoves For Riding Out the Last Bit of Cold Weather
Wood-burning stoves aren't just for rustic cabins in the woods anymore.
When the shutters are closed, the house assumes an introverted character.
Stable in the Landscape
Austrian architect Thomas Lechner reduces the idea of vernacular alpine architecture to a design so consequentially essential in...
Constructed with prefabricated wood panels placed onto a steel frame, the Island House inspired the architects to...
A rear deck is nestled behind the central cabin, flanked by the sleeping quarters.
Every year Marlboro College, which is located in rural Vermont, hosts the Marlboro Music Festival in which 80 of the...
With one side of the house closed off, views are directed through the glazed south and west facades to the grassy...
The Basecamp Hotel, South Lake...
The house is divided in two: on the left, the main house consists of an expansive kitchen, living, and dining space,...
Designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter for a family of four, the Split View Mountain Lodge is a holiday home near the...
Girodo describes LEAPfactory’s architecture as being “molded according to the needs and stresses imposed by context.”...
The residents, who live in Calgary, frequently entertain, and with 16 beds, bunks, and twin-bed-wide window seats,...
In keeping with the Goodmans' desire for just enough subdivision for rooms to sleep and work in, Cohen inserted a...
From red painted cedar siding to no-fuss structural elements, Northworks’ solution reaches a happy medium between the...
In the kitchen of Floating Farmhouse in Eldred, New York, a custom-built wood-fired oven extends up to the ceiling,...
To heat the small structure, Blee and Halligan installed a 17.75-inch-tall, 15.75-inch-wide, and 15.75-inch-deep...
A Belgian farmhouse from 1839 that embraces both its rich history and newly found modern context.
A band of precast concrete, which holds a custom bench, wraps around the downstairs living area.
Seen from a distance, the farmhouse has a time-honored quality, though it’s still clearly a product of the 21st century.
The architect chose granite for the house’s base, zinc for its roof, and Scandinavian pinewood for cladding—all...
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