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Collection by Stefan Peters

Great Houses

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Brooklyn Row 1
Little House Big City. The owners of this 11-foot-wide row house in Brooklyn were faced with a conundrum that many young families in New York eventually...
Lake Chelan
This family hideaway was designed for modern, easy living inspired by the essence of “camp life” and a family’s love for the outdoors.
Fully Renovated, Wimbledon House by Richard Rogers Hosts New Architecture Fellows in London
Lord Rogers donated the 1960s-era residence, originally designed for his parents, to the Harvard Graduate School of Design as the...
The Carbon House
Katka and Honza are cooking all the time. So they decided to burn their new house as well. But not from ground to top. Just only all around and just right.
Brighton 5 by InForm
This sleek two storey residential pavilion includes an open plan living area, study and master bedroom on the ground floor, with three kids’ bedrooms and a...
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Back to the Garden
A globetrotting couple rebuild a Katrina-damaged residence by a famous midcentury New Orleans firm—on the very street where one...
A Family Retreat in the Hamptons Bridles Wind, Water, and Light
An East Hampton residence by Bates Masi is situated to harness the elements.
A Southern Californian Prefab Is Paradise For the Whole Family
A pair of Icelandic prefab pioneers deliver an efficient family home in Culver City.
The two volumes converge at an exterior courtyard.
Box on the Rock
The constricted footprint of the affectionately-named “Box on the Rock” is a response to a limited budget and a difficult site; shallow underground waterways...
The Muji Hut is a Masterful Take on Minimalism
A very special little place, all your own...
For the Highest Green Honor, One Couple Pulls Out All the Stops
With LEED-certified sustainability on the top of their list, a couple sets the bar for their new Los Angeles home.
House In Villard-de-Lans
A charming house with interconnected volumes that overlook different areas of a picturesque landscape.
An Architect Builds His Own Backyard Oasis From Salvaged Materials
In a Brooklyn backyard, an off-duty architect builds a structure that tests his attention to the little things.
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