Collection by Aaron Martin



Let in the out

“Conceptually, all of the spaces in the house are connected to the kitchen and dining area by the stairwell, the...
Light floods the living and dining rooms, meaning Schneider rarely needs to turn on a lamp during the day.
There are generously proportioned nine-foot-high ceilings throughout the Desert House.
Like the exterior, the open-plan living area combines reclaimed materials, including the pre-existing black walnut...
The front facade features Cor-Ten steel fabricated by Praxy Cladding.
“It didn’t bother me to do a house with a lot of things half the size of what people think is normal,” John Picard says...
The Clark family residence in Raleigh, North Carolina, was designed around the Series 600 multi-slide window walls from...
The large sliding doors are a telescoping design, which means they fit into one another and can therefore maximize the...
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