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The home’s original facade was clad in plain-looking siding, which was common in the ’50s and ’60s. The renovation finished the facade with smooth stucco, expansion joints, Hardie siding, and redwood.
The exterior walls of Casa Quinta da Tília are painted the same color as the tin roof finishing, which is made from local Japanese cedar wood. The broad skylights in architect Pedro Maurício Borges's design not only draw in the wonderful Azores sunshine, but also frame the majestic, parasol-like crown of the linden tree.
Mechanical equipment and vents are hidden in between the two peaks of the irregular sawtooth roof.
The front facade of the Sierra House mixes concrete, stone, expanded metal mesh, and wood battens.
Transparent sections of the home's facade allow daylight to filter inside.
A large deck positioned under the roofline of the communal building allows occupants to feel as though they’re floating over the land and also creates a perch to appreciate views to the river.
The view of the home from the driveway shows their staggered positions nestled into a slight slope. The materiality of the two volumes were an important element. The “private” structure on the right hosts the bedrooms and was constructed in stones pulled from the site, “adding a beautiful layer of the red colors from the region to the project.” The “social” structure on the left houses the communal living areas.
A fiber cement “wrapper” clads the addition and the renovated home, which now totals 3,300 square feet. A translucent plexiglass canopy defines the new glassed entry. The front right corner, finished with contrasting local Atlantic white cedar, denotes a work room that serves the storage purposes of the previous garage.
A 100-mile drive from the Big Apple, the 15-acre property in Orient, New York, serves as a vacation retreat and refuge for a Brooklyn couple.
The DFAB House officially opened its doors at the end of February 2019. Construction began in 2017.
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BAR Architects designed the winery using Scott Hawley’s wine-making concepts and a clean and contemporary aesthetic.
A view of the three-story DFAB House perched atop the NEST Building.
The inspiration for this prefabricated, modular family home on Fishers Island, New York, were the views that Tanney and Luntz saw from a 12-foot stepladder, which was balancing on the bed of a pickup truck when they first visited the site.
Consisting of three prefabricated units in West Seattle on a 5,000 square-foot lot, the Genesee Townhomes—by Method Homes and Chris Pardo Design—from 1,250-1,400 square feet, each with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
Established in 1998 and based in Venice, California, Office of Mobile Design was founded by Jennifer Siegal to focus on prefabrication of portable, demountable, and relocatable structures, including homes, schools, and commercial buildings.
A dramatic cantilevered roof extends over the lower building volume, tying together the separate, yet connected, blocks of the home.
An interior courtyard is covered by trellised shading above, filtering light into the living spaces.
Wood screens provide privacy to the lower level, while allowing for ventilation in this hot, humid climate.
Upon entry, the home appears as simple, solid blocks of concrete with warm, wood accents, hiding the drama and the openness of the opposing facade.
On the exterior of the two-story beach house, much of the original brickwork was kept, and the new addition at ground level is faced in smooth, concrete blocks. The architects wrapped the upper floor in a new "timber skin" of Silvertop ash shiplap with a Grey Mist finish, then inserted V-shaped steel supports that reference historic, Australian beach houses in the area.
An bird's-eye view of the Massaro House.
The house also comes with a dock.
Wright's sketches called for an external stair off of the cantilevered section. Massaro nixed the stairs due to modern building codes.
The 28-foot-long section cantilevered over the lake is believed to be the longest that Wright ever envisioned. It's nearly double the length of the 15-foot cantilevers in Fallingwater.
A labor of love, the Massaro House is perched on the island’s rocky tip, just as Wright originally intended.
Steep street. Original garage door and wooden louvers.  New third floor glass louvers.
The east and west facades of the home feature mahogany siding, while the north and south facades are wrapped with bluestone siding.
The house was designed with passive heating and cooling strategies in mind, which are so successful that there is no air conditioning. The thickened wall over the north-facing glass forms an eave, which helps to modulate incoming sunlight in the summer. "In winter, the sun can penetrate well inside the living and dining rooms, warming the floor slab," says the firm. Additionally, "the double height of the living space provides stack ventilation, with an operable highlight window naturally drawing hot air up and out." Cross-breezes are encouraged by effective window and door placement.
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Different materials and textures create an interesting facade.
At the rear, a large open patio with wood planks and an outdoor eating space allow for indoor-outdoor living.
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A person shows the grand scale of the structure.
The home is surrounded by a modern wooden fence that matches the cedar plank siding found on the second floor of the home.
At night, the windows and second floor patio make the building glow.
A custom steel and Douglas fir wood trellis provides some relief from the strong California sun, which bounces off the white walls. The trellis is stained with a custom color.
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Elevation looking out over the sheepfold. The cantilevered living room extends over an outdoor fireplace and sitting area, and the smokestack extends through.
Designers Christopher Robertson and Vivi Nguyen-Robertson conceived their house as an unfolding sequence of simple geometric forms: a low concrete wall, a concrete cube, and a boxclad in Siberian larch.
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While it was tempting to embed the cabin into the hillside, Balance Associates sought a smarter solution. By elevating the project on two concrete walls, the clients could avoid a costly foundation, improve their view of the landscape, and stay above the thick winter snowfall.

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