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MARK DZIEWULSKI ARCHITECT
The house is a combination of flexible living space, art studio and gallery.
Santa Ynez House
Fernau & Hartman
The clients, one of whom is a working visual artist, are serious art collectors and former gallery owners. They wante
New Fork Social Club Residence
Carney Logan Burke Architects
The client, recently relocated from Chicago, wanted a very simple and traditional log cabin home on an open site encircled by a pond and the New Fork River
Surber Barber Choate & Hertlein Architects
RUNYON CANYON HOUSE
Mike Jacobs Architecture
The siting for this project emerged as a negotiation between the existing 1950’s post & beam house, the steep terrain, the L.A. Hillside Zoning Codes, and a beloved California Sycamore.
West Marin Residence
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Nestled on a knoll top within an expansive West Marin ranch, this compound creates a gathering place for an extended family.
Aidlin Darling Design
Analogous to a well considered garment, the design for this house rigorously pursued aesthetic, structural, and performative considerations; like clothing, it modulates exposure of the body to the environment around it.
Hover House 3
Glen Irani Architects
Situated on the Venice Canals of Los Angeles, California, Hover House 3 represents the third in the architects’ Hover House series.
Salt Point House
Thomas Phifer and Partners
In brilliant daylight, the Salt Point House has an ethereal presence as elusive and weightless as a mirage, its edges seemingly dissolving into the surrounding forested landscape.
Bruce Bolander Architect
2800 sq. ft., 3 Bedroom home in Newport Beach, CA.
Old Bernal House
One of the oldest houses in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, this 1860’s cottage sat in disrepair for years.
Studio 9 One 2
Space International Inc.
Confronted with dramatic city views, and canyon wilderness, this custom hillside residence lifts from the ground plane to fold into a new second story switchback housing a media room and master suite.
To reconnect an erratic San Francisco home to its striking landscape, light, and views and transform its confusing program with a new modernist aesthetic.
Ward + Blake Architects
The site for this residence is steeply sloping from the entry level to the terrace level at the rear of the house.