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The lake, seen from the pool.
Inside the cedar-framed pool house are a 40-foot-long lap pool and a hot tub.
The pool of the Phoenix house feels as laterally finite as the house feels spacious—but the view goes up forever.
The flat roof of the Nakhshabs’ energy-efficient home is topped with photo-voltaic panels.
Visitors can keep lookout for the St. Lawrence River’s resident marine mammals, which include Beluga and Sperm whales,...
In fall, the color of this backyard in Charlottesville, Virginia, changes daily with the foliage.
at Longbranch Washington...
When building such a modest structure in a large landscape, designer and client often had to defend their vision to...
Uninspired by the loft options in downtown Portland, Oregon, the Andréns opted to design and build their own...
Inspired by the small scale of Japanese residences—in particular, Makoto Masuzawa’s 1952 Minimum House—architect Andrew...
The Virgola lounge chairs in the Roseau print.
Stinessen placed each cabin carefully in order to ensure the best possible views and the right amount of privacy.
A spiral staircase descends from the glass deck to the rain garden, which replaced a concrete pad.
The ceramics studio was formerly a pergola wrapped in chicken wire, used as a dog kennel by the previous owner.
The knotty cedar cladding from Crenshaw Lumber was pretreated with an ebony stain from Timber Pro UV—twice on both...
Architectural designer Sebastian Mariscal and project manager Jeff Svitak created a house in Venice, California, for...
Fields of native grasses connect the main residence, situated at the top of the slope, to the new structures scattered...
A section of the facade—a cross between a shoji screen and a barn door—slides open.
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