Residence 414 is the latest project by architect firm Charged Voids.
An assertive piece of architecture located on top of a ridge of 50 acres, directly in front of Mt Franklin, with dramatic views of the surrounding hills, farmland and bushland.
A glass pavilion wrapped in timber sliding screens designed by Teeland Architects.
Sarah Waller’s own personal, architect’s ‘dream home’ in Doonan.
Situated in the suburban district of Hong Kong, this 4,600 square-feet house is a light, tranquil, yet stylish home by Millimeter Interior Design.
Located on the southern ridges of Sydney Harbour at the crest of a gully which feeds into Vaucluse Bay.
Located on a 40-acre site at the base of the Teton Range in northwest Wyoming, this 6,500-sqaure-foot house is situated atop a gently sloping knoll inhabited by a mature aspen grove.
Sunken into a Brentwood hillside, the Barrington Residence is a geometric marvel designed by Eric Rosen Architects.
For this four-story family residence, the architects experimented with vertical circulation and crisp white materiality to create a spacious, vibrant, and geometrically engaging house.
Elegant single-family home that reflects the surrounding area’s medieval and renaissance history and takes full advantage of the rural landscape.
Refurbishment project on a single-family home from the 1980s.
Located on a granite outcrop of the scarp, this small project is a restrained piece of contemporary design, a steel and glass box.
The house is situated in an area with beautiful vegetation to the rear in an environmental preservation area and located in the municipality of Campinas, Brazil.
Sitting on the North Shore of Long Island, Salutation Island has a history that dates back to 1721.
Developed on the outskirts of the city of Santa Fe, Argentina.
Spasm Design has created this Lonavala, India-based home. The country residence overlooks some incredible sights, including the nearby Pawna lake.
Single-family home in Puente Genil, Spain.
The house is in a residential area at the foothills of Los Andes mountain range, in Las Condes, Chile.
The house sits on a steeply sloping hillside overlooking the historical centre of Ascona with views toward the lake and the mountains beyond.
The minimalist cliff cabin named “Maralah” is a tribute to the history of the specific area as a Native American Reserve.
Nestled into a Mercer Island hillside, this intimate two-story residence emphasizes craft, materiality and the connection to the outdoors.
Located in the south of Portugal, in an area that serves as a transition between the Sea and the land.
This 3,000-square-foot ultramodern home is situated in Santa Barbara’s coveted Riviera neighborhood.
Designed by Marco Simcic, the home is cantilevered either side of an outdoor man-made 'Canyon River' circulating seawater to produce geothermal radiant heating and cooling.
The architects and clients wanted to work with local artisans and employ local materials, while minimizing the impact of the pavilion upon the landscape.
A dramatic sense of openness, broad spaces that develop continually, with no partitions.
Using a ventilated facade on all sides and a system of piles, the shelter functions as a hermetic element suspended on the ground that from specific openings uses the rising current of the mountain to ventilate its interior.
Planned as a weekend residence, the owners were enthusiastic about transforming it into a permanent home.
The See Through House is located in one of the most exclusive areas of Singapore and was conceived together as part of a larger project comprising seven other houses.
Located in the leafy suburb of Higgovale, set below the iconic Table Mountain, House Invermark overlooks the city and harbour of Cape Town.
Ortraum Architects builds forest home in Finland with a trapeze, a climbing wall and a hammock.
Renovated neoclassical villa and a new guest house. The new building houses four guest rooms, each with their own color theme.
This 360 sf. structure, by JacobsChang Architeture, is located on a remote 60 acre, privately owned second-growth forest in Sullivan County, NY.
New York architecture firm LOT-EK has built a single-family home entirely out of abandoned shipping containers.
Sluice Point is located on the southern tip of Nova Scotia, and is located in Argyle Municipality of Yarmouth County.
Recently awarded the Royal Society of Architects Wales, ‘Best Building of 2017’.
Perched on a woodland bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, this home, designed by Desai Chia Architecture in collaboration with Environment Architects (AOR)
The home in the Pine Forest is located in an extended residential area, between spacious green areas, woodlands and pine trees.
Canadian getaway located in East Bolton.
Perched atop a cliff in the chichi Trousdale section of Beverly Hills