Collection by Luke Hopping

Modern L-Shaped Homes That Frame the Outdoors

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These perpendicular houses from Australia to Alaska form sheltered spots to gather outdoors.

Sliding doors on either side of the living room and along the kitchen open all the way, allowing the breeze from the...
The House for a Musher is all about taking advantage of its hilltop site.
The Byron Bay House lies within 100 meters of the beach.
In an effort to create an abundance of light and air flow throughout the space, the home follows an L-shaped floor plan...
Using sliding glass to dissolve boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces is a hallmark of Crestwood Hills homes.
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