Located in California, Palomar Mountain weeHouse is a residential project by Alchemy Architects designed for a San Diego family. It is a get-a-way home with complete standard weeHouse finishes and details.
Party Shack is one of two houses set side by side and designed with the same exterior materials. This house is a residential project by Prentiss Balance Wickline Architect located in the park-like setting of a suburban Bellevue neighborhood in Seattle. The curved roofs are the main highlight of the houses.
Completed in 2009 by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Ballard Cut is an award-winning project of a green roof house. It sits on a difficult, highly regulated site in Washington, United States. This house contains two stacked rectangular volumes that elevate over the site.
Designed as a residential refuge, Compass House is a LEED Gold-Certified home located in Canada. It is a 2015 residential project by Superkül, offering a spiritually resonant experience that comes from a balance of several elements. With a striking white exterior, it attracts everyone’s attention.
It is a 2018 award-winning project by Condon Scott Architects located in Queenstown. Kelvin Heights House is designed as a family home that offers a variety of internal and external spaces to enjoy the excellent views of the lake and mountains.
Kotare Drive House is a two-storey home that has awesome views across the lake to Mount Aspiring National Park. It is a 2019 residential project by Condon Scott Architects located in Wanaka. With a natural palette of materials, this house blends well with its surrounding nature.
Located in New South Wales, Randwick House is a transformation project completed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects. This project transforms two apartments into a single-dwelling house. There is also a large covered outdoor area to enjoy the outside views.
Britt Design Group works together with Page Architect and DPR Construction to design vast public spaces in Indeed Tower. High-impact furnishings are used in this project to provide a variety of memorable experiences.
As the only mid-century home in a New York City suburb, Pelham Manor is a huge retrofit and renovation project of a mid-century home by Specht Architects. Designed by Harold and Judith Edelman in 1961, the new homeowners choose this home because they were interested in the home’s history and the Edelmans’ legacy.
Designed by Austin’s award-winning architecture and interiors firm, Mark Odom Studio, The Pitch is the first Austin’s exciting new hospitality and entertainment complex built from shipping containers. There are 23 repurposed containers used in this project.