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With Natural Materials and an Unfussy Attitude, a Latvian Prefab Embraces the Countryside
With Natural Materials and an Unfussy Attitude, a Latvian Prefab Embraces the Countryside
A couple and their son opted for a compact model by Manta North as a family retreat from their hectic life in Riga.
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This Swedish A-Frame With a Flourish Excels in All Seasons
A sweeping roofline creates a surprisingly spacious interior for this holiday home located eight hours north of Stockholm.
A 17th-Century Stone Home in Spain Gets a Modern-Day Glow Up
A pandemic lockdown affords a young couple the opportunity to create a charmingly uncomplicated home in the Catalan countryside.
A Panoramic Passive House Rises in the Mountains Above Madrid
A Panoramic Passive House Rises in the Mountains Above Madrid
Barcelona-based Slow Studio builds a bioclimatic home for a couple who work with the United Nations.
A Multifamily Getaway in Portugal Plays With Indoor/Outdoor Spaces
Estúdio Amatam creates a bright, geometric holiday home for two families in a coastal village near Lisbon.
Two Shipping Containers Form a Cozy Live/Work Cabin in Poland
The prefab design by Wiercinski Studio looks right at home tucked into its lush surrounds, but it was born to roam.
A Monica Armani-Designed Villa on the Spanish Coast Asks $5.4M
The allure of this spectacular Bauhaus-inspired home with an aquarium pool and a 23-foot-high glass facade is considerable.
An Architect Takes His Time in Building a Cozy Cabin in the Danish Countryside
Using recycled materials and by-hand techniques, Thomas Bossel of Pax Architects traded out refinement for rough-hewn edges to create an idyllic escape for his young family.
A Holiday Home in Southwestern France Captures the Essence of Country Living
Riffing on the Landes region’s agricultural vernacular, Lesgourgues designs a voluminous, airy retreat capped with a shed roof.
An Asymmetrical, Sustainable Home Rises in Belgium After a Devastating Fire
A nearly decade-long collaboration between Atelier Tom Vanhee and the owner results in a playful renovation that prioritizes passive design principles and multifunctional living...
A Multigenerational Home in Amsterdam Can Be Reconfigured for Changing Demands
A Multigenerational Home in Amsterdam Can Be Reconfigured for Changing Demands
BETA Office for Architecture and the City create a five-story residence designed to accommodate and adapt to the needs of a couple with young children, as well as their elderly...
A Pint-Sized Parisian Apartment Is Transformed Into a Refined Pied-à-Terre
MMNK overcomes the constraints of a complex floor plan to turn a cramped 592-square-foot space into an elegant home.
A Seaside Villa in Stockholm With a Private Pier and Helicopter Pad Asks $17.5M
This architectural masterpiece comes with custom-designed furnishings and an impressive wine collection.
A 17th-Century Château in France Gets a Monumental, Sustainability-Focused Restoration
French architect Didier Repellin leads the recent remodel of the Château de La Chaize estate and winery, drawing inspiration from its original design principles to deliver a...
A Cedar-Clad Cabin With a Glass “Sunroof” Rises on a Hillside in Norway
Along the Nordic nation’s southeast coast, Line Solgaard Arkitekter creates a magical family getaway that stands in symbiosis with its surroundings.
An Iconic Modernist Villa in Finland Is Painstakingly Restored
Studio Petra Majantie and Oopeaa left no stone unturned in updating architect Aarne Ervi’s classic lakeside design.
A 1970s Flat in Poland Becomes a Ravishing Vacation Rental for $31K
Interior design studio Mistovia combines chunky terrazzo, glass bricks, shiny surfaces, and bold colors to dazzling effect.
After a Motorcycle Accident, an Architect Builds His Dream Home
Tommy Rand didn’t want to waste any more time, so he got to work designing a minimalist home for his family on the outskirts of Aarhus, Denmark.
A London Townhouse Captures the Glamour of the Hollywood Hills in the ’70s
A musical couple transform a tired townhouse into a modernist home—complete with a music studio—inspired by the heyday of California’s rock 'n' roll scene.
An 18th-Century Sawmill in Portugal Is Revived as a Striking White Gable Home
The 2,368-square-foot dwelling in Oeiras, a Portuguese city just west of Lisbon, features light-filled living spaces and interior patios enclosed by a freestanding gable wall.
On a Squeezed Lot in Paris, a Family of Six Builds Up and Out
Local firm Ajile Architects worked between party walls to create a vertical, light-filled design complete with a series of indoor/outdoor spaces.
An Angular Black Cabin in Coastal France Honors the Bucolic Landscape
Designed by two Bordeaux-based architects as their family vacation home, the 850-square-foot structure sits on raised platforms that allow the surrounding ecosystem to prosper.
An Awkward Dublin Home Turns a Corner With a Smart Triangular Extension
Robert Bourke Architects utilizes every inch of space on a challenging site to create an addition with skylights, a garden, and room to breathe.
This Light-Filled Forest Home in the Netherlands Brings Nature Into Focus
On the site of a former clinic, Kevin Veenhuizen Architects creates a peaceful family residence where plants and wildlife abound.
Co-Own a Charming Villa in the French Riviera With a Pool and Outdoor Kitchen for $370K
French provincial touches make this remodeled home an indoor/outdoor haven.
A Chef Builds a Family Home and Restaurant Under One Roof in Spain’s Basque Country
After an in-house meal, guests can stay the night at the renovated farmhouse, which is designed as an agritourism escape.
A Bright and Shining Addition Connects a ’70s Townhouse to Its Garden
A sunken room offers a clever solution to a large, problematic drop at the back of this UK home.
An Architect Couple’s Family Home Connects Two Historic Buildings in the Czech Republic
In the picturesque South Bohemia region, architects Jiří Weinzettl and Barbora Weinzettlová of Atelier 111 Architekti shape their own stone- and spruce-clad residence from two...
A Glowing Extension Fills a London Victorian With Sunlight and Garden Views
Amos Goldreich Architecture transforms the ground floor of a semidetached home with a broken-plan extension.
A Striking Home in the Flemish Countryside Cuts an Otherworldly Silhouette
In Brakel, Belgium, local firm Graux & Baeyens Architecten proves that vernacular and contemporary architecture can harmoniously coexist.