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“Considering all of the foot traffic around their property, [the owners] made it very clear that they wanted to find a...
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Be the First to Stay in the New Muji Hotel in Shenzhen
Slated for a grand opening on January 18, the first hotel from the popular Japanese retailer will offer rooms that are...
Anna Hoover, founder of the non-profit First Light Alaska, sought a "thought refuge, a room with a view to sit and...
Dwell Made Presents: DIY Modern Bookcase
Build a simple, modern bookcase from a single sheet of plywood using this step-by-step video and guide.
This Beachside Pad in San Francisco Is the Stuff of Surfers' Dreams
Honing in on the meditative surfing vibes of the ocean, what was once an old horse barn is transformed into a seaside haven,...
Renovation: A Sunny Berkeley Bungalow Invites the Outdoors In
A couple renovate a 1930s bungalow in Berkeley, California, adding 500 square feet and plenty of natural light.
It Takes a Village
On Washington's lush Bainbridge Island, one community strives for quality of life as a sustainable initiative.
A Passive House and "Sauna Tower" Join a 19th-Century Barn in the Hudson Valley
In New York, architecture and interiors firm BarlisWedlick creates an eclectic compound designed to suit a client with an...
The...
An Abandoned Stable in Spain Is Transformed Into a Sustainable Vacation Home For Rent
This forgotten stable in the Spanish province of Cáceres was converted into a vacation rental that takes full advantage of its...
A Modular Beach Home in Australia Allows One Family to Keep an Eye on the Surf
An L-shaped prefab in New South Wales draws in light from the north and captures views of the surf.
A Cluster of Cabins in a Former Quarry Makes a Simple Vacation Escape
Three small pavilions connected by a deck form a summer retreat that balances privacy with a panoramic view—all in less than 900...
On a sloping site near a defunct rock quarry on the remote lobster-fishing island of Vinalhaven, Maine, a three-part...
Hot to Trot
In rural Canada, an architect imports an American typology to create a year-round refuge rooted in the landscape.
The midcentury chairs, sofa, and coffee table in the living room were purchased at Guff in the East End of Toronto,...
In the kitchen both the walls and the countertop are made of birch plywood.
Joel, a landscape designer, created “a series of outdoor rooms,” including an alfresco kitchen that is sheltered...
New Kid on the Block
With sensitivity to local building typologies, fresh construction finds a place in Amsterdam.

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