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Collection by Mike Morrison

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Finally, the stone pine tree reveals itself from the backyard looking over the Venice neighborhood.
Read about this Japanese island home here.
"We tried to achieve a space in which inside and outside co-exist together," architect Akira Mada says.
The common area, a long open alleyway on the ground floor, serves as a gathering place, dining room, and playground for...
Aidlin Darling took pains during construction to preserve the cypress trees that give the Great Highway House so much...
A young, drought-tolerant Tristania conferta (also known as Australian brush box tree) grows up through the chill-out...
From the kitchen and living room you’re well connected to the courtyard and the rest of the house.
The dining area sits adjacent to the kitchen, defined by three glass walls that open the room completely to the...
Architectural designer Sebastian Mariscal and project manager Jeff Svitak created a house in Venice, California, for...
LEDs behind the slatted cedar screen cast a soft glow on the concrete and wood surrounding the lap pool. Click here to...
A Bay Area landscape designer works her yard like a jigsaw puzzle, packing a bevy of distinctive destinations into a...
A green roof blooms atop the detached garage.
Guests can buy fresh cheese, milk, and eggs from the neighbors.
The kitchen and dining room enjoy panoramic mountain views.
Near the house, Cooper clustered lush, big-leafed plants philodendron, purple heart, and flowering canna.
The large expanses of glass frame views that were perfectly planned.
Stinessen placed each cabin carefully in order to ensure the best possible views and the right amount of privacy.
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