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  • House in Tousuien, Designed by Suppose Design Office

    A polycarbonate-clad house on an infill site in Hiroshima, Japan, achieves an unexpected balance of maximum daylight and maximum privacy.

  • Wood House, Designed by Brininstool + Lynch

    When a client couldn't find an appropriate warehouse to renovate into a single-family home in Chicago, principal Brad Lynch created a modern home that references the neighborhood's industrial past.

  • Room Study: Architectural Window Seats

    Window seats can add extra seating to living areas or provide quiet asides for coffee breaks and contemplation

  • South Central Texas Getaway

    Designed as a weekend retreat for a Houston-based couple, Oak Road Residence stands about halfway between the owners’ Gulf Coast hometown and the Hill Country city of Austin. So it’s perhaps fitting that the compound of buildings reflects the inspiration of architectural traditions native to those...

  • Wyoming Vacation Home Mirrors Its Rocky Mountain Site

    With the Rocky Mountains as a staggering backdrop, a contemporary Wyoming vacation home manages to mirror the beauty of its vast and gorgeous surroundings.

  • Lighting the Lowline

    A radical experiment in daylighting could result in New York's first illuminated underground park.

  • The Modules, Philadelphia

    Prefab techniques streamlined the construction time for this LEED-Gold multifamily building.

  • 100K Houses, Philadelphia

    Interface Studio Architects' modern, sustainable prototypes for single-family housing.

  • Sands Point Residence, Sands Point, N.Y.

    Ohlhausen DuBois Architects transforms a 1950s ranch house.

  • Bridge House, Kent, Conn.

    Inspired by a wood-covered bridge spanning the nearby falls, this house springs from a rolling hill. Joeb Moore, AIA, organized it as two L-shaped pieces that lock together.