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While there are some windows facing the street, the majority of the light comes through the more exposed side of the...
A concrete slab at the entry transitions to a staircase of recycled tawa.
Seeking more space and a seamless transition to the outdoors, Steve and Colleen Nusinow of Redondo Beach, California,...
In the Kensington Market district in Toronto, the Gradient House features gray cement board cladding and corrugated...
A bridge spans the home’s steep site for street access.
Unlike its next-door neighbor, R-House, TED wasn’t originally planned to meet the exacting Passive House standard.
The house that Kem Studio designed for Sarah Magill on a narrow lot in Kansas City has a steel facade with reclaimed...
Galvanized sheet metal is used in places where the architects manipulated the home’s skin by pushing it out or carving...
All openings are shade-protected with wide overhangs that prevent overheating and allow maximum light to enter into the...
Amy: We were very opinionated when it came to the siding as well.
"The most challenging aspect of the project was the client’s directive to 'design an art gallery we can live in,'" says...
The house is in a traditional area with strict building restrictions.
SYA used standing-seam metal for the rear cladding of the addition, a common local roofing material.
Alex devised a system that takes advantage of ocean views while protecting the cottage from that same northeasterly...
At the lower left, polycarbonate panels glow under the cantilevered, vertically-seamed sheet-metal facade.
A private terrace overlooks an alleyway on the main floor’s southeastern end.
The horizontal orientation of the cement board, painted black, creates a line of vision that leads to the forest, while...
In Boulder's aptly named Wonderland Hill neighborhood, deer and even mountain lions occasionally come down from the...
The house has a small environmental footprint.
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