These architects extended this home while paying respect to the existing Edwardian architecture
This home’s landscaped terraces provide a platform for lounging areas that open up to the views, with long outdoor patios that recall the deck of an ocean-going ship
The owner’s affection for a stone outcropping on her property inspired the design of this house.
Open-plan interior spaces and great indoor-outdoor living areas feature in the bold design of this contemporary urban home
From the street side, this appears to be a house of modest proportions. But tucked away on the other side of the hill, it’s another story…
Expressing a strong connection with its surroundings, the design of this new home also incorporates sensible environmental strategies
This family retreat incorporates a wealth of environmental design features from solar heating and cooling to a construction process that gave a 91% reduction of waste
A weekend home’s design grew around a 100-year-old Valley Oak to form a horseshoe-shaped house with ridgeline views
The challenge was to design a house in one of the most spectacular natural settings on the Pacific Coast that would both respect and transform the land
An addition to an existing 1950s home literally merges into the site’s canopy of sycamore trees
Much of this home’s mass is buried into the hillside – while its top level unfolds as a glass pavilion along the ridge
Sitting on a rocky crest, this home is broken down into of a series of balanced volumes that give the effect of it sitting lightly on the land
Perched on its hilltop site, this home is designed for both entertaining and for privacy
Hidden from the street and obscured by trees, this house then opens up to breathtaking river and forest views
This design award-winning home evolved from the challenges created by a complex site, budget requirements and building regulations
Originally built in 1867, this industrial warehouse building now houses four lavish apartments
Natural slate and cedar planks will naturally weather over time so that this home will become even more a part of its surrouning environment
This home takes on the simple grounded form of a barn, complementing its setting and capturing long views to the coastal range beyond
Concrete, Corten steel, zinc and extensive glazing are the predominant materials in this new home, which also incorporates a range of sustainable design features
This woodland home by (fer) studio is designed to blend into the shadows of the La Canada foothills.
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