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The home rises and falls across 7 levels to accommodate the contours of the site.
From the living room, thick oak stair treads suspended on steel stringers descend to the game room, where a walnut bar,...
Custom inverted windows structurally express the interplay of interior and exterior.
A few steps up from the living room, the open kitchen features a granite island, walnut cabinets, and stainless steel...
The glass walls of the living room fold back to create uninterrupted space between indoors and outdoors.
A redwood barrel vault entryway invites visitors to the house.
The Haas residence occupies the largest plot in a cul-de-sac containing six homes.
From its locally quarried stone foundation to its zinc-coated copper roof, the cottage was inspired by its surroundings.
Dwell Home Venice: Part 3
In this series, Sebastian Mariscal designs a home in Venice, California, that brings the outside in. We track the project from...
The residents, who live in Calgary, frequently entertain, and with 16 beds, bunks, and twin-bed-wide window seats,...
Black-stained and clear cedar siding offset the pitched roof, which alludes to the shape of evergreens.
Douglas fir walls and beams extend to the exterior of a weekend house near Golden, British Columbia.
Photo courtesy Reinhold Andris Office, Walddorfhäslach.
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