Collection by Keiichi Nakano

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In the sleeping loft, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the fir canopy of the surrounding forest.
Cost-effective hot-rolled steel—steel being an Olson Kunding signature—covers the treads on the staircase leading to...
Hoover's favorite aspect of the house is its calm mood and "the quietude and solace I experience while inside," she...
The kitchen and living area occupies the ground level of the double-height interior while a sleeping loft is above.
The cantilevered sleeping loft posed a structural challenge.
Anna Hoover, founder of the non-profit First Light Alaska, sought a "thought refuge, a room with a view to sit and...
Yale Architecture Students Build a House For the Homeless
Since 1967, part of the Yale School of Architecture’s first year curriculum is to provide New Haven with structures and housing...
Inspired by the small scale of Japanese residences—in particular, Makoto Masuzawa’s 1952 Minimum House—architect Andrew...
The exterior features vertical, untreated cedar panels.
The Lai family—Mayuko, baby Shota on her lap, David, Maya, and Yumi sitting on a cushion on the deck—relaxes in their...
A series of long stairs leads to Maison Amtrak, which is set below street level.
From the outside, an unassuming 1942 cottage overlooking Vancouver’s harbor is an unexpected place to find Omer Arbel,...
The rusting steel is an important part of the house’s patina, Campbell says.
Ample windows cut into the north elevation of the Valentine House, behind which live the architects.
The Sonoma County home of Lars Richardson and Laila Carlsen is the result of a long-running collaboration with...

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