This 8,050-square-foot mountain house engages with the surrounding landscape and dramatically varied climate in Jackson Hole, Wyoming by…
Stuart Silk, principal at Stuart Silk Architects, has had a long-time relationship with the homeowners of this project, David and Rosangela, having had already designed several projects for the couple. When presented with the opportunity to create a new home for his established client, one in a stunning alpine setting with soaring peaks all around, he jumped at the chance.
Sheathed in stone and rich in character, this period set-piece is at the heart of a sensitive intervention based on Modernist doctrine by architect Richard Found of the London-based practice Found Associates.
A few hours from her New York City practice, Maria Milans Studios creates Camp O an architect’s refuge is a blueprint for the radical house-studio hybrid.
Matt Berman, one of the founding principals of New York-based Workshop/APD, is a believer in the transformative power of good design demostrated in this former miner’s cabin.
Even by Studio Rick Joy’s standards, Tubac House is of uncommon stature. Located south of Tucson, roughly 25 miles from the northern Mexico border, the project exploits and explores a relationship to worlds both immediate and distant.
The elegance and functionality of the 12,000-square-foot, six-bedroom home, which is characterized by structures and walls that define exterior courtyards and interior areas, fits the needs of a family.
In the Land of Mexican Architect Luis Barragán, a Contemporary Casa With Historical References is a Tribute to…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.