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The family is never far from the outdoors, as this lush view from the dining room attests.
Standing-seam copper siding accentuates sections of the structure that provide shear support for the steel moment frame.
The LC4 lounge is by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina.
“I didn’t want the kind of manicured garden that would mean I’d have to come out on weekends and mow the lawn,” says...
Raymond takes a break on the master bedroom’s interior balcony, which is cantilevered over the dining area.
When Jeff Taylor and Alex Miller designed the Pull House in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, they took “form follows...
Three afternoons a week, Wenes opens the gallery and “my private space belongs to the public,” she says.
The family room is situated at the apex of the house, with picturesque views that extend up the meticulously...
The hallway leading to the master bedroom is lined with an assortment of framed photos of family and friends and...
A double-height space encompasses the kitchen, dining and living area, and features 36-feet-wide glass doors that...
In the kitchen, the couple found barely used appliances instead of new ones to save money.
The picture wall is adorned with images collected from family, colleagues, and estate sales.
McMinn, an architect, helps Soren construct a TinkerToy tower.
Wouldn't You Like to Have Your Own Private Concerts at Home?
An old barn in a Beverly Hills canyon inspires a new, clean-lined guesthouse and concert venue.
For this project, the husband loved ultra-modern design, while the wife leaned towards a more traditional aesthetic.
Black framed glass door.
The tatami room (pictured) has mats from the Futon Company and a “Hinamatsuri” mobile adds a cheery touch.
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