Structural changes were immediately made to the original shell to bring in more natural light.
This image shows how Brooks opened up interior, turning it into a light-filled space.
Aloft in the Forest
Among the many problems of urban living in Portland, Oregon, are raccoons, deer, and falling trees.
Floors are sealed and waxed concrete. The 4,200-square-foot home is clad in stained local tongue-in-groove cypress.
Thanks to the clever placement of a cedar hot tub on the bathroom deck, rinsing off after a dip doesn’t involve...
The adjoining master bathroom is connected by mirrored pocket door with bronze trim at the frame.
The home's different levels create a playful experience for the inhabitants.
To highlight the views and avoid clutter in a multipurpose space, the van Bolderen brothers, in cooperation with...
According to Paul Raff, the biggest design challenge was creating a functional home that would accommodate the family's...
“Keeping the kitchen and bathrooms simple saved money for the important things,” Harkness explains.
Designers Christopher Robertson and Vivi Nguyen-Robertson conceived their house as an unfolding sequence of simple...
Because replacing the foundation would require significant alterations to the facade, the architecture team chose not...
A painted wood wall marks the boundary between the home’s public and private wings.
Those in Glass...
Though the front of this 1880s home in Adelaide, Australia, maintains a traditional facade due to strict heritage laws,...
Sinks and a toilet from Laufen’s Il Bagno Alessi line add a sculptural presence to the master bathroom.
Brammy and Kyprianou hung Koura pendant lights by New Zealand designer David Trubridge above the dining area.