Having worked prolifically with more traditional typologies, from Cape Dutch to Georgian to French, Writer’s Studio—600 square feet of exquisite, undiluted design in forested Connecticut—marks a return to striking modern form for New York City architect Eric J. Smith.
Dramatically dark, yet unambiguously modern building is not the type of architecture one necessarily expects to find in Pasadena. But the LR2 House, a remarkable 4,200-square-foot dwelling by Santa Monica practice Montalba Architects, is the very definition of unexpected.
If a refreshing afternoon swim in a saltwater pool sounds like the necessary prelude to a productive afternoon, or a symphony of birdsong the ideal chorus for dinner, look no further than 14410 Villa Woods Drive, Pacific Palisades.
Artists and architects are the curators of our physical world. Leaders in each field are creating bold interactions between space and surrounds, challenging the landscape at some of our most revered museums to change how, and what, we see.
Through a collaborative work between Poss Architects and Kirei Studio’s founder and interior designer Nathalie Ryan, this traditional log house was transformed…
Renovating a historic house is a matter of passion and dedication and the team behind Australian firm B.E Architecture—led by Broderick Ely, Jonathon Boucher, and Andrew Piva—know it.
JFAK Architects Bring Manicured San Marino Out From Under Its Mediterranean Influence With a Sharp-edged Modern Form In…
Carmel-by-the-Sea—120 miles south of San Francisco—charms residents and visitors with small streets lined with restaurants and art galleries, as well as its beautiful beach.
Speaking of her father, iconic woodworker George Nakashima, from a compound almost entirely of his creation in New Hope, Pennsylvania, Mira Nakashima says: “He literally built a life.”
Brutalism, the bold, blocky architectural style that employs the use of raw concrete in geometric formations is finding its way into more modern designs.