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A tract house with a butterfly roof designed in 1956 for Joe Dunas.
At the base of Echo Mountain in Phoenix, a geometric home by Wendell Burnette opens up to the surrounding desert...
The house's triangular shape effectively blocks sight of a large wall that stands nearby.
The house's "traditional" feel, Koolhaas says, is "only as thick as the layer of wood on the outside." When entering,...
Lean Machine-Architect Jesper Brask waited three years studying the site of his future vacation home before building,...
Sky-high ceilings are created by a sculptural pitched roof.
Healy Guest House (Cocoon House) Designed by Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph,...
“In this house, the roof is the only facade—the rest is dissolved beneath it.” —Architect Aljoša...
A system of clerestory windows, positioned underneath a cantilevered roof, strategically filters natural light through...
Carpenter kicks back on an IKEA outdoor sectional on the sealed-pine roof deck of Lightroom 2.0.
A defining green feature is the on-site stormwater infiltration system.
One of the main goals of the construction was to do as little harm as possible to the existing environment, which...
The Jespersen residence sits in virtual isolation atop Emigration Canyon.
Architects Leslie and Julie Dowling, twin sisters and Michael Graves protégées, created this 1,000-square-foot,...
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