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Craig Steely Architecture
Located above San Francisco’s Dolores Park on a steep site bordering a public garden, the decidedly small house, (only 1800 square feet) builds on this steep lot as efficiently as possible.
Round Mountain House
Referencing local precedents, the Round Mountain House combines modernist ideals with vernacular strategies and a linear plan to integrate seamlessly into the Ozark landscape.
Pittman Dowell Residence
Michael Maltzan Architecture
Located 15 miles north of Los Angeles at the edge of Angeles National Forest, the Pittman Dowell Residence is sited on 6 acres of land originally planned as a hillside subdivision designed by Richard Neutra.
BauLinder Haus is located just a couple of houses away from a landmark Kansas City area home designed by Bauhaus architect, Marcel Breuer.
Kilrenney Avenue Residence
By reorganizing and adding a significant amount of space to an original house volume, the new design takes full advantage of its hillside site by orienting spaces and views towards the surrounding landscape.
appleberry drive residence
As can be said of most eichlers, this was great house to begin with. By means of the subtle rather than the grand, we strove to re-invigorate the modesty, simplicity and clarity of the original design.
Hsu Office of Architecture
The design for this Austin residence involved a respectful remodel to an existing home and a contrasting new addition.
The Canal House is composed of three cubes: one raised at the street as a studio, two together at the canal side as the residence.
Joeb + Partners, Archtiects
This project is conceived as a series of concrete retaining walls and escarpments that traverse and cascade down a steeply sloped site.
single-family residence in Houston, TX
Flynn Mews House
Lorcan O' Herlihy Architects
Design and Renovation of an 1847 Georgian manor house.
COTTON STREET RESIDENCE
SPIEGEL AIHARA WORKSHOP
The Cotton Street residence reimagines the suburban housing type through interlocking bars of shared and private program.
Mountain Vacation Home
This straw bale mountain vacation home was designed to connect visitors to the surrounding environment and serve as a welcoming retreat for friends and family.
In designing the project, GRADE responded to two disparate conditions of the site: the expansive views of Chesapeake Bay and the mystic wooded area on which it resided.
Park Passive is Seattle’s first certified Passive House, reducing heating consumption by nearly 90% to meet the rigorous standards for certification by the Passive House Academy and authorized by the Passivhaus Institut.