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LM Guest House
Located on a rolling farm property in upstate New York, the LM Guest House celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape– sweeping views through an all-glass facade magnify the spacious, open feel of the living areas
Jackson Family Retreat
Located in the Big Sur area of Northern California, this 2,500 square foot 2 bedroom house was built for a family to enjoy together on the weekends and holidays.
Griffin Enright Architects
Situated in a unique community of the Town of Ross, in Marin County, this residence is nestled between a stream and a steep, forested hillside above.
West Lake Hills Residence
The Westlake Residence was designed to preserve and nestle into the lush live oak canopy that covers the property.
BLUE RIDGE RESIDENCE
Voorsanger Architects PC
This residence is located on a 200-acre farm in Virginia's Albermarle County.
Vertically stacked and set into a hillside, Malibu 5 is a sustainable Modern home constructed of environmentally friendly and recycled materials and designed to minimize energy use.
Tucson Mountain Retreat
Single Family Residence on 6.5 acre site in the Sonoran Desert.
Chesmore | Buck Architecture
Wooded knoll with views of Seattle skyline, Lake Washington, and Mercer Island's Luther Burbank Park.
Mill Valley Residence
This 5,000-square-foot house in Mill Valley was designed as a home for an empty-nester couple.
The Strand Residence
This AIA award winning home resides at The Strand in Dana Point, California.
SPG Architects transformed an abandoned steel frame and concrete slab structure into a five-level, 18000 SF, indoor-outdoor residence on a rain-forested mountainside overlooking the Golfo Dulce.
New Canaan Residence
Perched amongst old-growth trees, this 2010 house is a mid-century modern beacon.
David Hotson Architect
Constructed within a previously unoccupied four-story penthouse structure at the summit of one of the earliest surviving skyscrapers in New York City.
Unlike many homes, we developed this house without defined rooms. Minimal use of walls allowed us to imply spaces and blur the lines between inside and outside.