Home Tours

Home Tour stories from Dwell and our publishing partners. From miniature abodes to luminous dwellings, each of these modern projects from around the globe is an architectural masterpiece.

H16 is a fully recyclable, zero-emissions house near Stuttgart that consumes no energy and blends in with the landscape.
Arba, the architecture firm founded by Jean-Baptiste Barache and Sihem Lamine, designed a 1,786-square-foot residence...
Gray Organschi took down a worn-out 1970s summer home and reinvented it as a serene pair of bleached cedar volumes...
The home’s facade is private and mysterious, without discernable windows or openings.
The large sliding doors are a telescoping design, which means they fit into one another and can therefore maximize the...
The house may appear conventional at a glance, but a closer look shows how Oostenbruggen has pushed the boundaries of...
A circular tower echoes the former gas storage cylinder that once occupied its place.
Architects Tiffany Bowie and Joe Malboeuf’s Capitol Hill, Seattle, infill project was completed for $189 per square...
The Clark family residence in Raleigh, North Carolina, was designed around the Series 600 multi-slide window walls from...
The black facade of the Yatabes’ house may turn a darkly futuristic face to its suburban block, but behind it the house...
Architect Paul Hinkin and his partner, Chrissy Pearce, bought and restored a 538-square-foot Deckhouse at Emsworth...
“The house was designed to complement the challenging triangular corner site and its context.” —George Bradley,...
Don’t let its traditional silhouette fool you: this home features a grid-tied solar photovoltaic array just south of...
The triangle is the home’s leitmotiv, appearing in the cantilevered bedroom module and the steps approaching the...
“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...
In Boulder's aptly named Wonderland Hill neighborhood, deer and even mountain lions occasionally come down from the...
Designed for two women in their 60s, this collection of little huts make up a private home and a food service for the...
The exterior, which was taken down to the studs and rebuilt, pairs the original concrete block with reclaimed hemlock,...
“The steep site lends itself to the ‘upside down’ configuration,” Harkness explains.
Protected by an overhang, and floating above ground level, this tertiary space is known in traditional homes as the...
Two art studios adjoin a central volume at this work/live residence built from terracreto (sustainable concrete),...
In the Acadian village of Caraquet, YH2 Architecture raised two identical cabins on a site 200 feet from the sandy...
"Pulling the buildings apart allows what is not a big house to feel really big," says architect Jonathan Feldman of the...
“They were really pushing for a traditional farmhouse,” explains architect Matthew Hufft, of the Kansas City–based firm...
“The house feels kind of alive.
Gesner’s house for John Scantlin,1965, highlighting the structure of the single ridge beam, and its lateral rib-like...
On Vashon Island, about 20 miles southwest of Seattle, architect Seth Grizzle designed a 440-square-foot multiuse...
This tree house in Sweden with a mirrored exterior by Tham and Videgård Arkitekter is just large enough to host two...
Though Patel lives alone, he loves to entertain.
The team carried the concept of contrast through the exterior, juxtaposing the home’s 125-year-old red brick façade...

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