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Studio B Architects
This house takes its cues from the 1950’s ‘Case Study’ series and resists the prevailing mountain vernacular commonly represented by gables, logs and antler chandeliers...
House on Fire Island
This is a summer beach house in the resort community of the Pines on Fire Island New York...
David Gray Architects
This house represents a wonderful prototype for "sensitive and neighborly" residential development on descending hillsides.
Collaborative Design Works
Situated on an underutilized, inner-city infill site, the design for 1210 orchestrates the challenging mix of...
Situated on a sloping corner lot across from an elementary school, this 9,000-square-foot house orients itself away from perimeter streets toward rear and side outdoor gardens for privacy...
Icicle Creek Cabin
Nestled against a rock ledge above Icicle Creek, this vacation cabin for a young family takes the form of two separate boxes set beneath a wing-shaped roof...
Abramson Teiger Architects
A series of connected folding roof and wall planes clad in metal were strategically positioned to accentuate views of the canyon below and mountains beyond...
Coop 15 Architecture
A few steps from the beach on Bainbridge Island, this new home on an old foundation has 3100 square feet of living space, plus his/hers art studios adjacent to and above the detached garage...
This new house in San Francisco includes a small front building with a garage on grade and a painting studio above and a three-story 2500 sq ft. house in the back with a courtyard between the two.
Cory Buckner Architects
With the use of fire safe materials and site orientation, the 700 sq. ft. Malibu Studio is built to address the views and extreme fire conditions that often plague Malibu.
On Site Architecture
The project consisted of the complete renovation of an existing two hundred year old farmhouse and the design and construction of a new three story tower addition.
The Diamondhouse is a sound studio and office extension to a house located deep in a canyon, against a severely sloping hillside, with minimal access and little space upon which to build
The crisp, white Swisspearl panels that clad the Oberfeld Residence’s exterior rise a modest 18’ from the street.
Robert Stone Design
Rosa Muerta dives into the here and now, denies nothing, and goes with the flow.
Mt. Tabor Residence
Webster Wilson Architect
The house is nestled into an infill lot in inner city Portland, on the slope of an extinct volcano, Mt. Tabor.