Ed C. Herrera
all types of residential projects
Same Bones, New Materials—A Double Gable Eichler Gets a Dashing Update
When it comes to remodeling a classic Eichler home, what are the first considerations that pop into your mind? For many, it’s...
When Prefab Is Painless
An easy construction process reduces any drama for a couple in California.
A Wild Garden Leaps Off the Walls of This Backyard Build
A Vancouver garden blossoms alongside fresh development.
A Belgian farmhouse from 1839 that embraces both its rich history and newly found modern context.
At His 350-Square-Foot Apartment, Small Space Champion Graham Hill Practices What He Preaches
The seasoned micro-dweller challenges himself to downsize yet again.
Ice Cube Celebrates The Eames
"I studied architectural drafting and one thing I learned is that you always gotta have a plan" ~ Ice...
Designer Jennifer Siegal’s own house is a modest 1920s Spanish bungalow on the leeward side of busy Lincoln Boulevard in Venice,...
Striking Angular Cottage in Connecticut
What happens when the guest house becomes home? Retired couple Suzanne and Brooks Kelley found out when a pair of brainy New...
Steel the Scene
Two architects collaborate on a modular compound that celebrates an unspoiled Sonoma landscape.
Gathering together around a roaring fire is a tradition as old as time, but unfortunately most firepit designs are still stuck in...
House in Akitsu by Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates
House in Akitsu is a minimal residence located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed by Kazunori Fujimoto Architect & Associates.
With Only One Previous Set of Owners, a Pristine Eichler Home Asks $799K
Boasting an entry atrium, sliding glass walls, wood paneling, and iconic designs, this house is a well-preserved time capsule.
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