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.
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.
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