South Pasadena House by Medium Plenty

South Pasadena House by Medium Plenty

Medium Plenty Transforms a Southern California Residence into a Multi-Generational Abode...

House, Some of This, Some of That by Kwong Von Glinow

House, Some of This, Some of That by Kwong Von Glinow

Kwong Von Glinow announces design for House, Some of This, Some of That - a house envisioned as a retreat for a family with two children...

Lake House by Worrell Yeung

Lake House by Worrell Yeung

Worrell Yeung has designed a 4,900-SF family lake house defined by cantilevered horizontal roof planes that cascade down the steep site towards the water...

Palm Desert by AMB Design Inc

Palm Desert by AMB Design Inc

Interior Designer Anne-Marie Barton wanted to create a soothing atmosphere and this was essential through the use of quiet textures, warmth, and subtlety...

Worrell Yeung Modernizes a Traditional Classic Six Layout on the Upper West Side

Worrell Yeung Modernizes a Traditional Classic Six Layout on the Upper West Side

Worrell Yeung has transformed a congested prewar apartment into a spacious and relaxed home, where tonal and material layers recall geological stratum...

ELO Residence by MQ Architecture

ELO Residence by MQ Architecture

This project entailed merging an existing 3 unit building into a one-family townhouse. The main challenge came from incorporating the common building stair and entrance lobby that used to serve the three apartments into a single residence program...

House on Siena Way, Bel Air by SPF:architects

House on Siena Way, Bel Air by SPF:architects

Tucked into a steep hillside lot in Bel Air, the 14,000 SF House on Siena Way tested our firmly grounded modernist principles...

Hem House by Future Firm

Hem House by Future Firm

Hem House by Future Firm Makes Contemporary Architecture Available to a Broader Market in Chicago...

Carroll Gardens Passive Townhouse by Baxt Ingui Architects

Carroll Gardens Passive Townhouse by Baxt Ingui Architects

At this rowhouse in Carroll Gardens, Baxt Ingui Architects removed a portion of the rear parlor floor and created a large opening at the rear fa├žade to connect the spaces both horizontally and vertically, making this 16-foot-wide home feel expansive...