Main Stay House
Austin’s Bouldin Creek neighborhood provides a unique and ever-changing context to the Main Stay House. The challenges were both cultural and site-specific.
The site, a meadow dotted with magnificent oaks, gently slopes down to a spring fed pond creating an unusually lush landscape.
A Steel-and-Glass Compound Is One Family’s Launchpad For Adventure
The four structures that form Studhorse in Northern Washington encourage family members and guests to interact with the...
The style and materials of this house refers to the architecture of the 1960s, developed in the South of Mexico City in Jardines del Pedregal, where the soil...
The Laurentians Residence
Situated two hours northwest of Montreal, in the Laurentians, this 3,000 sq. ft. home is characterized by its open concept main floor and easy access walk-out...
San Carlos Midcentury Modern Remodel
The previous owner of this 1960s modern home covered over the walls of glass with plywood and installed a massive awning at the rear of the house, blocking out...
INFINITY HOUSE by Vladimir Konovalov
Northern Norway is a paradise for those, who prefer quite retreat in the solitude of wild...
7 Bathroom Renovation Ideas to Rejuvenate Your Space
Gone are the days of bathrooms simply being utilitarian spaces.
This ridgetop house in Santa Fe is organized around two perpendicular board-formed concrete walls.
The Courtyard House
Courtyard House, Aurora, Oregon.
7 Glorious Golden State Prefabs
Many architects in California regularly take on the challenge of experimenting with alternative construction methods.
The Highcliff Residence is a ground up single story home on an irregular shaped hillside lot located in Torrance, CA overlooking Los Angeles.
The clients desired to create a fun-filled, cozy and informal cabin for family and friends to enjoy for years to come; integrating their love of outdoor life...
When our clients approached us to discuss the feasibility of designing a fully appointed 6000 square foot summer house in the oceanside town of Southampton,...
The Client was looking to move to the ocean front walk streets in Manhattan Beach and settled on an existing duplex built in the 1940s.
Modern Courtyard Home
The owners of this Kirkland home wanted to have a house that was welcoming and full of life, while maintaining a look of timelessness.
Cubes dropped at the top of a mountain, gazing lovingly the surrounding landscape.
The Pond House
By Scott Jarson. Originally published in Defining Desert Living, 2014. Water in the Desert always creates an oasis.
When Prefab Is Painless
An easy construction process reduces any drama for a couple in California.
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