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Modern design for new homes, extensions and makeovers

Since the only spot for a sink was within the main living space, Poteet designed a wide, sculptural basin that would...
The container was brought to the property by truck, then the architectural team rented a small crane for around $250 a...
Smaller in Texas
Texas architect Jim Poteet helped Stacey Hill, who lives in a San Antonio artists’ community, wrangle an empty steel shipping...
Jon Ahrens of Madrone Landscaping, who layed out the plantings around the container, implemented a green roof on a drip...
Poteet replaced one wall with a large steel-and-glass lift-and-slide window wall, which he says makes the best use of...
Landscape architect Tait Moring installed pavers around the structure’s perimeter and kept the tree cover intact.
Small and Modern: A Family Lakeside Getaway in Texas
A family matriarch enlisted an architect, an interior designer, a builder, and a landscape architect to help realize her vision...
Bernstein reconfigured the entryway to the street level; guests ascend to the main living space.
Hill House Floor...
Generous storage is key to an uncluttered look.
To reinforce a streamlined aesthetic, materials move from the inside out and from room to room.
Because the residents wanted lighting “to fade away,” the home makes the most of natural light and minimizes fixtures.
A Meticulous Renovation Turns a Run-Down House Into a Storage-Smart Gem
Minute details and judiciously applied materials create a refined home in San Francisco.
The Skyward House
Dwelling in a tiny Tokyo apartment for decades, the school teacher had dreamed of a vegetable and flower garden with a little...
The kids' bedrooms feature custom bunk beds with homework stations underneath.
Large sliding doors connect the living room to both the courtyard and a covered porch on the western side of the house.
A stepped concrete garden planted with herbs and flowers marks the descent to the house.
Stained cedar, ipe, and concrete form the 2,500-square-foot home's modern palette.
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