Collection by Andrew Pulaski

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A modern mailbox at the traditional front exterior landscape hints at the design departure at the rear of the home.
The driveway entrance introduces the stately side of the home, displaying clean lines made of concrete and Cor-Ten...
Find Out How a Japanese Architect Created a Fluid Live/Work Space For a Photographer
A skillful configuration of restrained materials and natural light lets a gallery, studio, and residence merge inside one...
A Steel-and-Glass Compound Is One Family’s Launchpad For Adventure
The four structures that form Studhorse in Northern Washington encourage family members and guests to interact with the...
The 5,700-square-foot getaway features glazed screens surrounding the living and dining areas.
Moving Mountains
Rebuilding on a challenging site in Mill Valley, California, a couple optimize a winning view that was there all along.
The Frame by Yves Behar for Samsung
The Frame provides a new way to express yourself in your home that brings together art, entertainment, technology, and design.
The home’s geometric silhouette echoes the classic typology of the region’s gable roof barns.
The home’s elevated location means its occupants can enjoy the slow rise of the full moon while staying warm indoors.
A centralized fireplace was built into a custom, multi-purpose cabinet welded from sheets of hot-rolled steel.
The project’s unique challenges—a tight budget and steep, difficult terrain — led the architects to a creative solution...
Cottage Black in nestled in the aspen grove below the main house.
The views from the cabin are much more embedded in the grove, compared with the big mountain views from the main house.
Exterior details reference the immense verticality of the aspen trees.
Black and white, shadow and...
Much of the details edited away, Cottage Black is a strikingly simple, strong piece of architecture.
The “black object” is all but completely hidden from the main house.
White oak takes center stage inside the main entrance.
The great room in the 2,800-square-foot house that architect Drew Lang designed for his family in the Hudson Woods...
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