Big Sur Residence is a project designed by Richard Beard Architects. Invisible from the nearby Pacific Coast Highway, but open to views of ocean and landscape, this house is an exercise in restraint in its dramatic setting. Photography by Nick Johnson.
Rio Mau 2 House is a project designed by Raulino Silva. The house is located in Vila do Conde, in a rural territory with several fields of cultivation and some eucalyptus, in the north of Portugal. Photography by João Morgado.
McAnally Residence is a project designed by Gavin Maddock Design Studio. The stylishly designed house rises out of the sand dune, overlooking the ocean at Sunshine Beach, on the east coast of Australia, approximately 120km north of Brisbane. Photography by Scott Burrows Photographer.
McLeod is a project designed by Shean Architects. As an urban addition, the expansion of the private residence on McLeod immediately invoked a feeling of well-articulated textures that needed to be explored. Photography by Younes Bounhar and Doublespace Photography
Montana Modern House is a project designed by Cushing Terrell and is located in Kalispell, Montana. Connecting to your surroundings and the natural setting is not always about emulating an architectural vernacular. Photography by Heidi.
This renovation by Coates Design Seattle Architects went beyond the average remodel; it was a complete “lifestyle correction”, as the owner put it. The existing house lacked a central space for members of the family to naturally congregate, and the client found it uncomfortable and confining. Photography Matthew Coates.
AP TEREPINS is a project designed by P|S Arquitetos. “Our first project in Lisbon, Portugal, was requested by a Brazilian family who spend only a few weeks a year in the country. With a pure and minimalist language, the project was conceived in an old building that went through a retrofit but respecting the original openings. Photography by Ricardo Oliveira Alves.
SAOTA’s Hillside home in Los Angeles is located immediately above Sunset Boulevard on a promontory just one over from Pierre Koenig’s landmark Stahl House. The site is a 20 000 square foot estate, featuring 300-degree views over the LA skyline and the city basin below, and the design was conceived of more as a self-contained oasis rather than a conventional house. Photography by Adam Letch.
Firewood & Candlesdesigned by Rachcoff Vella Architecture is a project that pays elemental homage to a previous life. Rachcoff Vella set out to retain the raw and utilitarian nature of an agricultural building balanced with calm tones of a main ridge dawn. Photography by Tatjana Plitt.