In the Land of Mexican Architect Luis Barragán, a Contemporary Casa With Historical References is a Tribute to…
In Washington State, the San Juan Islands—90 miles north of Seattle—are well worth a visit. For some city dwellers, the islands have become a refuge where one can leave the pace of urban living behind for a weekend or longer.
Whether basking in sun or shrouded in shade, small environments made spacious present a case for cabin fever.
From painstaking attention to detail to captivating lake views to impressive amenities and more. Definitely a one-of-a-kind personal retreat, this castle-esque property also offers the ultimate in privacy, ideal for detaching from the rest of the world.
Spread over a 1.5-acre site and surrounded by a field of lava and native grasses, Greg Warner, principal at Walker Warner Architects’ project was inspired by traditional villages of the island, usually organized in loose clusters.
On a generous plot of land where sugar cane was farmed for over a century, the wind blows unrelentingly. Here, on a hillside at the end of a road, the 2,000-square-foot Ohana House by Jim Cutler of award-winning Cutler Anderson Architects is a work of architecture as remarkable as the land upon which it sits.
A unique approach guided the design of this 13,000-square-foot oceanside property—with an infinity pool running along its central axis—that belongs to a couple from California.
The yurt—that portable, tent-like structure used by nomadic tribes—comes from ancient origins but is having a moment. In truth it’s never gone away.
A kids’ space and a serene meditation spot are the contrasting functions that mark the Forest Pond House, a small, pristine case study of intentional architecture by TDO Architecture.
Known as “Rana Creek Ranch,” the enormous property includes a 2,900-foot landing strip and helipad, large office building/conference center, private lake, a riding arena, two barns, and miles of equestrian and hiking trails.
The Woolworth Tower Residences gives rise to one of the more enticing real estate opportunities that one might imagine. That is, to own a piece of history while living like royalty in the luxury-condo equivalent of a “Castle in the Sky.” Is there a better, more spectacular prospect?