With bold strokes and cool-to-hot hues, prismatic minds Olson Kundig, David Adjaye and Thiel Architecture + Design have produced distinctly vivacious designs in Seattle, Los Angeles and New York City, respectively, bringing a little more color to the urban cityscape.
Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig’s Teton House in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a skier’s dream home, with easy access to the slopes directly connected to several Jackson Hole mountains, and the ultimate “cabin” in the woods.
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.
Coated in shiny red paint, the door of this Whistler home’s main entrance is an invitation to step inside the 6,000-square-foot space set in the Coast Mountains of western Canada. Designed by Olson Kundig for a couple and their children, the home acts as a gathering place for the family.
In this region of Maui—the second largest in the Hawaiian Islands—winds can be gentle or fierce, depending on the season. Taking this into account, the Olson Kundig team strategically positioned this 4,500-square-foot home.
Located in the Tehachapi Mountains area, the remote site on which this sustainable single-family retreat was built known as “Sawmill,” presented both challenges and opportunities for the project designer Tom Kundig of Olsen Kundig.
Located on an 18-acre site of rural agricultural property in Trout Lake, Washington, a few steps from White Salmon River, this nearly 6,600-square-foot retreat was designed for two artists.