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The New Home On the Block That Uses 90 Percent Less Energy
A Seattle engineer builds an energy-efficient house with an assist from a prototype smart-home system.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Major Residential Masterpiece Could Be Yours for $8 Million
For the price of $8 million, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last extensive residential commission is on the market after being thoroughly...
A Former Garage Hosts the Best Parties
A vacation home’s renovated garage fuses art and architecture.
Same Bones, New Materials—A Double Gable Eichler Gets a Dashing Update
When it comes to remodeling a classic Eichler home, what are the first considerations that pop into your mind? For many, it’s...
A Cluster of Cabins in a Former Quarry Makes a Simple Vacation Escape
Three small pavilions connected by a deck form a summer retreat that balances privacy with a panoramic view—all in less than 900...
Retirement Never Looked Better and More Sustainable
A couple’s retirement home on a nature preserve in Carmel, California, emerges as a series of eco-conscious pavilions that rest...
Goodbye Grid and Cushy Beds, Hello Pool in the Wilderness
An off-the-grid house that is little more than a decked campsite—albeit with a roof—includes a swimming pool for a family that...
A Cypress-Clad Lake House Posted Up on an Old Logging Road
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It Takes a Village
On Washington's lush Bainbridge Island, one community strives for quality of life as a sustainable initiative.
Farmhouse Burkeldijk
A Belgian farmhouse from 1839 that embraces both its rich history and newly found modern context.
A House Not Built for Human Beings
An architect-turned-falconer considers animals and nature when designing his own home.
Striking Angular Cottage in Connecticut
What happens when the guest house becomes home? Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New...
Find Sanctuary in This Chalet in the Italian Alps
La Pedevilla blends traditional and contemporary elements in the alpine landscape of South Tyrol, Italy.
This Couple Achieves Their Glass House Goals
Two linked 1,000-square-foot pavilions are greater than a sum of their parts.
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