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Thanks to Matthew Hufft, their envelope-pushing architect and longtime friend, Hannah and Paul Catlett have a new home...
Though the fire pit was “kind of an after-thought,” says Hannah, the family uses it year-round.
“They were really pushing for a traditional farmhouse,” explains architect Matthew Hufft, of the Kansas City–based firm...
Photos by Youri...
Photos by Youri...
The original ‘sabina beams’ on the ceiling were saved keeping the building’s authentic character.
With the help of Sarah Zames of General Assembly Design, Brian Crano and David Craig merged two apartments into one...
The latticework shell becomes a visual motif in the bathroom, furnished with appliances from Keramag, Kludi, and Laufen.
The lattice shell was hewn from silver fir sourced from a nearby forest.
Built-in shelving crafted by local carpenters distinguish the living area from the service zone, where appliances and...
Plaster walls mixed with gray marble powder dominate the interior of the bottom floor, complementing its spruce wood...
Contrasting with the densely organized upper floor, the lower one features one main open area for cooking, eating, and...
Subverting the traditional, conservatively cozy British barn conversion, Carl Turner created a getaway in rural Norfolk...
Scott Pitek designed this gabled structure for Betty Rahman on a 5,000-square-foot lot in Portland, Oregon.
An angular new outbuilding fills the footprint of what was once an inground swimming pool, completing an awkward corner...
When an existing living room was transformed into a master suite, Nest tapped Mason Cabinets to create a bespoke...
A Y chandelier by Douglas and Bec hangs above a vintage table and chairs.
The original coffered wood ceiling of Kate Tucker and Tom Crago’s home in Melbourne, Australia, provides a dramatic...
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