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The Writer's Block is a piece of custom oak veneer millwork that both divides the space and acts as furniture.
One-of-a-Kind Furniture Fills This Delightfully Serene Buenos Aires Home
With a design philosophy—and materials—passed down from a renowned Argentine architect, a couple builds a custom family home in...
With his son, William, watching, architect Noah Walker tries out the floor-to-ceiling Schüco glass doors he integrated...
The new volume houses the dining area, which includes stairs to the bedrooms.
The lattice shell was hewn from silver fir sourced from a nearby forest.
Diagrammatically the house is made up of two massing elements, a linear, horizontal brick-clad wing that anchors the...
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Beverley Master Bedroom Suite Addition
New master bedroom suite addition to a Craftsman bungalow in...
House on Gotland by Etat Arkitekter
House on Gotland is a minimal residence located in Gotland, Sweden, designed by Etat Arkitekter.
Retired Couple Build Modern in Mexico City
A retired couple looking to downsize find the solution right in their backyard.
This Northern California Prefab Gets a Dose of Universal Design
Thanks to a prefab in-law unit, an octogenarian modernist lives independently on a peaceful, verdant site in Northern California.
Beauty and Brains: Building Sustainably With Redwood
The return of summer barbecues and back porch hangouts means that outdoor living spaces are again enjoying heavy foot traffic.
San Francisco firm Lundberg Design built this cabin out of reclaimed materials, including the exterior redwood, which...
The house is surrounded by buildings on all sides except its south facade, which faces the street.
In contrast with the closed street-facing facade, the East-facing facade dramatically opens to expansive views of the...
A folding window wall opens onto the East-facing deck, creating an ideal indoor/outdoor common area.
Studio VARA explains “the project’s success lies in the judicious use of carefully executed moments," such as wood...
Aniket Shahane of OA muses, “...the building becomes much more an active participant in the lifecycle of its...
Is it Any Surprise a Sculptor Had a Hand in This Home?
An asymmetric retreat in Quebec is an exquisite cadaver, one part sculpture and two parts architecture.
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