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The sofas are designed by Robin Day for Habitat.
Shown here is a view of the stone and concrete structure that supports the glass pavilion.
Built in 1953, the Wiley House is made up of a single glass-and-wood rectangular pavilion that’s perched on top of a...
The Skyward House
Dwelling in a tiny Tokyo apartment for decades, the school teacher had dreamed of a vegetable and flower garden with a little...
This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins—one of which juts out from a natural...
Two art studios adjoin a central volume at this work/live residence built from terracreto (sustainable concrete),...
Wiedemann strongly believes that a window is the threshold between inside and outside, and that it’s important to...
These Separate Studios Keep a Retired Couple Happy
Art and life meet in the middle at a creative family retreat in Central Mexico.
The Midcentury Home That Maintains Its Quirkiness After All These Years
Two designers restore a low-slung midcentury gem in Napa, California, by an unsung Bay Area modernist.
This Minimal Addition Looks Magical in the Belgian Forest
A little extra square footage comes in the form of a glassed-in addition with a stellar view.
A mosaic tile wall softens the laboratory-like effect of the glossy kitchen cabinets.
The pathway from the pool to the house is paved with the same slate that clads the exterior walls.
“It’s never static or solid here—with thelight, there’s always some sort of movement.”—Austin Lowrey,...
Bauhaus by the Sea
No nautical nonsense here.
A Scandinavian Summer Home Built for Surf, Sports, and Sun
An adventurous family envisions a dream getaway on Sweden’s southwestern shore.
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