Plagued Ash Trees Were Repurposed to Create This Charred-Cedar Clad Home on Lake Michigan
A charred-cedar clad home overlooks Lake Michigan.
A Small Wisconsin Cabin Filled with Multifunctional Furniture
A father-son architectural duo experiment with a compact, modular home with flexible furniture arrangements.
11 Amazing Australian Homes
Today, architecture and design in Australia is more vibrant and exciting than ever.
The Iconic, Midcentury Home That Peter Womersley Designed For Bernat Klein Asks $1.02M
Designed by the late-British architect Peter Womersley in 1957 for the celebrated textile designer Bernat Klein, the single-story...
The primary objective was to create a comfortable modern home that celebrates nature while paying homage to the 180-degree iconic mountain view.
Nature Drove the Design of This Sculptural, Cor-Ten Steel House in Northern California
Nature informs every aspect of a Northern California residence.
A Rookie Designer and Her Builder Father Create an Artist's Sculptural Loft in the Desert
A rookie designer, a veteran builder, and an artist eschew the traditional and join forces to create a singular residence in...
Rustic Cabins Comprise This Impossibly Idyllic Hotel in Norway
Set in a beautiful stretch of fjord country about 250 miles northwest of Oslo, the Juvet Landscape Hotel is the kind of place you...
Martis Camp Residence 1
On a down-sloping wooded site in Martis Valley, this home carves a serpentine form in the topography that simultaneously provides privacy toward the street...
This is lake living, modern lodge style. The owners work in the urban core but want to truly wind down when they head home and casually entertain friends.
A Hilltop Home in British Columbia That Seems to Grow Out of a Park
A family builds a hilltop home with a provincial park for its neighbor.
The clients were living on a rural property east of Seattle but found themselves drawn back to the growing vibrancy and culture of the city.
This House Conquers the Big Island in Hawaii
The unforgiving landscape of the island couldn't stop this architect.
Reimagining the California Ranch, Low/Rise House Sets a New Standard For Sustainability
The energy-efficient Silicon Valley home that architect Dan Spiegel designs for his parents responds to their lifestyles, the...
Resuscitating a classic can be time-consuming and pricey, but when it comes to the rehabilitation of neglected masterpieces, one...
10 Light-Filled Homes With Interesting Skylights
By installing skylights—large windows and apertures in your roof—you can naturally warm up your home, brighten and open up your...
Top 5 Homes of the Week With Warm, Neutral Color Palettes
From an island in Greece to the Bay Area, these homes feature many different design elements, including their warm and inviting...
Guide to 7 Main Types of Roofs and What You Need to Know About Them
Whether it's flat, gabled, butterfly, shed, gambrel, mansard, or hipped, the shape of a roof can have serious design and...
This project is a rebuild of an existing post Fire-storm house.
For photographer Ed Reeve, building his own house had been a lifelong dream.
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