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Cabin Knapphullet is small cabin inspired by its location nestled between large rocks and low vegetation of the...
The house is divided into three sections connected by a series of outdoor galleries.
Fields of native grasses connect the main residence, situated at the top of the slope, to the new structures scattered...
To the architects’ surprise, the original radiant heated floors that were run by a single-zone system were still...
The two wings of the addition are connected by a central “void space.” The glass walls visually draw the garden and...
Awkwardly shaped and saddled with a run-down garage, the backyard posed a challenge.
The jacaranda tree will shower the courtyard once a year with its intense, lavender coloured flowers.
“There are a lot of well-loved, well-used pieces that were destined for this house,” Andrea says of the couple’s...
An Almond bathtub by Porcelanosa is accented by a tub filler from Hansgrohe.
“The layout and openings allow ample flow to the exterior, and paths and decks have been developed to ‘flatten’ the...
“It didn’t seem like the kind of landscape you wanted to go trudging through with your boots, but one that you wanted...
In the open living-dining area, a sofa by Antonio Citterio joins a Metropolitan chair and ottoman, all from B&B Italia.
Three Joined Cabins Turn This Virginia Retreat Into a Modern Take on Camp
For some people, building a house may seem like a daunting commitment to permanence—a kind of spatial lockdown.
With the home’s glass walls pulled open, the patio and fire pit become an extension of the dining room.
Maison de Maître by Hans Verstuyft Architecten
Maison de Maître is a minimal home located in Gent, Belgium, designed by Hans Verstuyft Architecten.
A section of the facade—a cross between a shoji screen and a barn door—slides open.
The residence reimagines suburban housing by combining both shared and private programs.