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Studio B Architects
The hidden 24-acre site was purchased for its privacy and spectacular alpine setting.
Badger Mountain House
First Lamp Architecture Construction
Set on the foot of Badger Mountain in Richland, Washington, this house draws its design influence from both the natural landscape and the clean lines of traditional Japanese architecture.
Birds Eye Building
Keith Wagner drew from his love of flat land and open sky when it came to selecting a site and designing his own home.
Designed for an irregular hillside lot in Los Angeles.
Two floors are added atop a 1949 row house to accommodate an active family in flowing, informal living space.
This modern lake house is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
House on the Columbia River, in Washington State.
Telegraph Hill Remodel
This Telegraph Hill house had been remodeled in 1955 for a bachelor with a 3rd story addition which included a small kitchen, tiny bedroom and a living room with spectacular views of the City and Bay.
Washington Park Residence
Conard Romano Architects
This Washington Park Residence sits on a bluff overlooking Lake Washington and the Cascades.
Midvale Courtyard House
Balancing the introverted nature of a courtyard with the bold personality of an extrovert all while managing matters of privacy, this renovation builds on its solid mid-century roots.
Hutchison & Maul Architecture
This small 2-story art studio replaces an even smaller, uninsulated, structurally unsound, rat-infested 2-car garage.
In a time of rising land prices and energy costs, these three townhomes fit on what was an underutilized single family home lot in western edge of Boulder.
Paul F. Hirzel
At the end of a single lane road cut into a hillside, on a dry west-facing slope near Juliaetta, Idaho, the owners wanted to restore a pioneer vineyard (the first known vineyard in the canyon).
Green Greenberg Green House
NEW THEME INC
The design for this two-story house emerged from the site constraints, program and view.
ART[house] at its core attempts to blur the boundaries between interior and exterior environments, while creating a sophisticated canvas in which the owner can display their extensive art collection.