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The home is quietly set on the landscape as it reaches out toward both the hills and horizon.
The home connects to the rural surroundings, reflecting the colors and textures of the scenery where horses graze and olive groves grow.
The wooden shutters can be moved throughout the day to follow the path of the sun.
Facade at dusk from street
Main facade
exterior view of the house
Exterior facade from yard side
The ramped bridge that leads to an upper yard and pool
Back patio looking though the living space and door onto the land and water conservation project beyond.
A parking area near the entrance.
This massive Durand oak tree inspired the design of the house. Thanks to a wall of welded steel and tumbled limestone, the home has an abundance of privacy.
Dimster pierced the roof with a glass box topping the new central stair. To the right of the entrance is the transparent buffer between the facade and the kitchen, where an old courtyard once stood. “We wanted to keep the idea of the courtyard,” says Dimster. “The frosted panels are a distinct feature of the facade.”
As you ascend towards the roof, the house becomes increasingly transparent.
Landside Elevation
The Soaring Rock was completed January 2018 in Maharashtra, India.
Uplights accent the lush landscaping flanking the entrance.
The view of the colossal rock can be seen from the service quarters.
The precariously perched rock weighs four tons, which is roughly the same weight as an adult Indian elephant.
The home faces farmlands, a reservoir, and highlands in the distance.
A back view of the house reveals its glass facade and perch on the hillside overlooking East Honolulu.
Another view of the studio.
Bay Elevation
Front Elevation with Glimpse of Bay
Front Door
Outsite partnered with Batch on this Venice Beach home to offer a place where locals can shop, live, and work. But considering how much the address can do, not much was changed of its midcentury exterior.
Gated Driveway Entry
Though visitors are offered a variety of accommodations here, it's rare to find hotels in the area that hit the mark in terms of simple and modern design. However, the newly-opened Hotel Tiki Tiki Tulum has caught our eye. With a built-in area of approximately 10,000 square feet, and a 36-foot-long pool, this charming hotel embodies the spirit of barefoot luxury with a generous dose of Miami midcentury cool.
These dwellings stand in contrast to the muted tones of the surrounding village.  They represent a spirit of innovation, architectural expressionism, and an advancement in urbanization.
Curtains wrap Her House like a veil, creating a feminine solution for a new facade.
The original, irregularly placed openings remain.
Large windows connect occupants to the exterior courtyard and surroundings.
The original character and detailing of the homes remain intact.  Graceful, ornament detailing of Her House contrasts to the geometric form of His House.
Street Elevation
The building retains its original footprint; this was an important detail for the homeowners who wanted to be as environmentally-friendly as possible. “The biggest element I work with is to use the existing structure when I remodel,” says Juilland.
The facade has rustic overtones thanks to white-washed tongue-and-groove pine and Dryvit stucco with a limestone finish.
The interior of the 1890s building is just 16 feet wide.
Front facade with cantilevered pergola canopy and shadows
Front yard
Street facade, presenting a relatively closed face, with higher transoms windows to still afford a sense of air and sky from the inside while blocking unwanted, penetrating views from the street.
Entry door, with visual cues of a stair and platform to welcome visitors and elevate them to the living level upon entry.
Main elevation
Making use of the hilltop location, each window was planned to frame interesting vistas or to find the best sight lines around adjoining buildings.
Tall and surprisingly open, the Tel Aviv Town House by Pitsou Kedem Architects continues in the tradition of its Bauhaus-inspired neighbors with a white facade and black window frames.
The exterior, which was taken down to the studs and rebuilt, pairs the original concrete block with reclaimed hemlock, which clads two sides of the upstairs addition.

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