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Forming a contemporary X, the home gracefully stretches its elongated wings into the countryside’s expanse.
In response to the site’s challenges, the architects designed a low-slung structure anchored in concrete, steel and...
Thick, concrete walls add stability to the structure, while also highlighting the compositional datum line, which...
The asymmetrical and geometric architecture was also brought indoors.
A striking dining room weaves Mid-Century with a classic sophistication.
Mike McConkey, a superintendent for a general contractor, tasked Chris Bittner of OBR Architecture with designing an...
For her family’s house near Melbourne, Anna Horne created a series of prefab wood modules using a design from the...
A low-slung breezeway connects the main living area and kitchen to the bedroom wing.
Architects Challenge 2015 Best in Show Winner: Healdsburg Residence The environmentally-friendly Healdsburg Residence...
Cook and Compa turned a carport into a breezeway, adding patio furniture and an orange bench to give the space a dash...
Generous breezeways, walkways, and overhangs frame views beyond: “It’s like a promenade, with a forest at the end of...
Along the large porch/breezeway are bifacial solar panels (and a few Bertoia chairs).
In a narrow residual area between the breezeway and the house's northern elevation, Cohen created a so-called "skinny...
Tanya Wexler and Amy Zimmerman linger in the breezeway designed to draw eyes, and footsteps, from the driveway through...
A polychrome facade made of salvaged, 100-year-old barnwood gives this small, lofted cottage space its unique character.
Harper sits on the porch just off the entrance.
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