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Chewuch River by Prentiss + Balance + Wickline

Perched atop a steep river bank, the Chewuch Cabin designed by Prentiss + Balance + Wickline offers equal amounts of shelter from and exposure to north-central Washington’s rugged beauty. A high, linear roof gestures emphatically toward the river and foothills beyond, forming a primary axis. A low, rectilinear form intersects, creating a distinctive cruciform plan that informs all design moves in this small, superbly crafted home. Photography by Eirik Johnson, Kes Efstathiou.

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House 3 – Colico Lake – Chile by Claro + Westendarp Arquitectos

On a high side of the land, this house designed by Claro + Westendarp Arquitectos is located, the third in a complex, which from its entrance on an intermediate level, generates an immediate link with its surroundings and the lake, through a work of disparate volumes and heights. Photography by CWA.

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Fusco House by Arabella Rocca

Fusco House designed by Arabella Rocca is an apartment of 175 sq m indoor and 59 sq m outdoor on the fourth and fifth floor of an elegant residential complex in the northwest quadrant of Rome. Photography by Paolo Fusco.

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Landmarked Chelsea Minimal Transformation by Rauch Architecture

Located on a historic block in one of the NYC’s earliest planned landmarked neighborhoods, Chelsea, this renovation designed by Rauch Architecture involved the combination of two units into a duplex apartment inside an 1830s Greek Revival brownstone. The goal was to create a cohesive, modern living space while preserving the architectural essence of the property. Photography by Matthew Rauch.

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San Francisco Presidio Terrrace Entire Home Remodel

A complete remodel of a 2nd floor condominium in a 2 unit, 1920 vintage building. The scope of the project was a complete reconfiguration of the existing 1,324 square feet. The project designed Andrew Morrall is on a sunny block, steps away from San Francisco’s Presidio park. The home had not been renovated, except for minor Kitchen and Bath updates, since it’s construction in 1920. The Floor plan was updated and opened to allow much needed light, and to create a sense of spaciousness. The Kitchen was moved towards the front, capturing the morning sun flooding into the bay windows. The Kitchen now acts as the fulcrum, now adjacent to the open Dining Room, and Living Room. Photography by Onley Visuals.

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Ealing One by Hodgkinson Design

Ealing One is a project designed by Hodgkinson Design. This is a house that celebrates the original villa style brought up to date and juxtaposed by an extensive art and sculpture collection. A classic double-fronted and detached Victorian house, it is a family home that was extended to create an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space and first floor closet wing. Photography by Tom St Aubyn.

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39 ARBOLES by Grizzo Studio

This house designed by Grizzo Studio is located in the forest of Cariló, in a field full of vegetation, where the sunlight, filtered by the crowns of dozens of trees, stands out on a ground covered with climbers. Our project started from preserving this, the house adapted to the environment, without needing to impose itself, but rather it was intertwined with the trees, and thus it becomes an atrium for contemplation of nature, this house directs us into the forest so that we can let’s experiment. photography by Grizzo Studio.

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TERRA-192 by LMARQ

TERRA-192 is a project designed by LMARQ. Implemented in the central sector of the Terralagos neighborhood, Canning, Province of Buenos Aires. On a trapezoidal-shaped lot, the front being the most generous measure of the development of the land. Photography by LMARQ.

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Marquette 4 by Designer Sophie P-Lefebvre

Marquette 4 is a project designed by Designer Sophie P-Lefebvre. Located in the Plateau Mont-Royal, the Marquette 4 project aims to transform a duplex into a single-family home offering a timeless design adaptable to the owners’ lifestyle while maximizing natural light. Photography by Sarah Dagenais Photographe.

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ADU in Austin by Side Angle Side

Side Angle Side architects Annie-Laurel Gabriel and Arthur Furman designed a comfortable and modern accessory dwelling unit measuring 1,100 square feet. The tiny home is on a half-acre lot that serves the homeowners while the adjacent main residence, a 100+ year old Victorian, is under a major renovation. The result is a beautiful modest two-story residence, two bedrooms, two baths with multiple outdoor living spaces that compliments the historic main residence. Photography by Leonid Furmansky and Likeness Studio.

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