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A Gabled Corridor Runs Through This Playful South Korean Home
Flipping the norm, the negative space of this entryway takes the shape of a traditional gabled house.
During the historical review period of the permitting process, Curtiss learned the house was previously owned by three...
Throughout the house, Curtiss mixed natural materials with industrial ones.
Fireside is just minutes from the Grand Teton National Park and local ski slopes.
Curtiss describes the floor plan as “super efficient but with gracious moments.” Instead of maximizing room size, she...
The master bath incorporates custom cabinets by Bob Clausen, fixtures by Grohe, Hansgrohe, and Kohler, and a sink by...
The house is also Build it Green Certified, beating the sustainability requirements of Title 24 (guidelines issued by...
Here's another mod building downtown with its large glass facade and projecting roof.
An original request from the Yerba Buena Community Business District included flower baskets around the neighborhood.
Jack A. Weil, who, at 105 years old, has manned the counter at Rockmount Ranch Wear since opening the business in 1946.
Piles of felt, civilization's oldest textile, await Jongstra's team (six felters, two dyers, three designers, Jongstra,...
The Harris family rests easy on their new back patio abutting the Belvedere lagoon.
New York City ad and business man glancing up at the sixty foot model in Natan Dvir's photography series Coming Soon.
3. Business card cases by Masakage Tanno.
The landscaping appears to be based on the mullet principle: business in the front, as seen here (manicured grid lawn,...