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The upper level cantilevers over a wood deck and pool.

A Home Rocks Out with Natural Stone, Concrete, and a Volcano

A home in Mexico enjoys views of a volcano along an impressive landscape.
March 8, 2016
Brick facade of town houses in Canada.

Meet Your New Neighbors: Minimal Town Houses with Character

A set of town houses are the new neighbors to keep up with in this Montreal neighborhood.
March 7, 2016
Facade of modern Japanese home outside Tokyo.

Get GENIUS Storage Ideas from This Japanese Home

Designed for ventilation during peak summer temperatures, this three-story modern home outside of Tokyo uses traditional Japanese interior design strategies.
March 2, 2016
Black stained cedar siding on Washington state home.

A Couple Builds Their Ideal Retirement Home in the Forest

After years of visiting the area as vacationers, one couple builds this striking home for their retirement outside Greenwater, Washington.
March 1, 2016
Western red cedar-clad home overlooking Georgian Bay.

A Family Builds Their Dream Modern Home Overlooking the Georgian Bay

At 7,110 square feet, the beauty of this dwelling's views is matched by an extensive collection of modern furniture and Hans Wegner pieces.
February 29, 2016
A view from the bottom of the staircase includes a skylight at the top.

A Coiled Staircase Breathes Light into a 15-Foot-Wide Manhattan Town House

Space4Architects creates a serene and fluid space on the Upper West Side.
February 28, 2016
Turquoise handrail at a Canadian haven

Dozens of Levels Give a Quebec Home Stadium-Sized Views of the Forest

In Chertsey, Canada, a modern haven reclines into its woodland setting.
February 25, 2016
Renovated Seattle stable with Benjamin Moore Segovia Red-painted door.

Renovation Idea We Love: Old Horse Stable to Cute Guesthouse and Studio

This 760-square-foot stable outside Seattle was converted into an artist's studio, guest bedroom, and more.
February 25, 2016
Nearly next zero modern Wisconsin home.

A Family Salvages an 1880s Barn to Create Their Nearly-Net Zero Escape

With the help of Chicago-based architecture and planning firm Northworks, a family of four brought its vision of a sustainable and hardy modern barn to fruition. The newly constructed 4,500-square-foot weekend home, located in southwest Wisconsin, stands next to the footprint of a dilapidated barn that came with the property. The barn was disassembled by Northworks and the resulting materials were used to create custom furniture and details such as the home's limestone hearth and retaining wall near its pool.
February 24, 2016