Glass Pavilion by atelierRISTING

Glass Pavilion by atelierRISTING

The addition to this mid-century house designed in 1955 by renowned Indianapolis architect Edward Pierre is a pavilion, while connected to the existing house

Pearl Penthouse in Portland by Giulietti / Schouten Architects

Pearl Penthouse in Portland by Giulietti / Schouten Architects

The clients requested a full renovation of this 6th floor penthouse in the heart of the Pearl District

Tanner Project by JHL Design

Tanner Project by JHL Design

The Tanner Project remodel changed a dark, old penthouse into a home with a Parisian Modern design...

JD2 by Carney Logan Burke Architects

JD2 by Carney Logan Burke Architects

Carney Logan Burke was tasked to design an entire compound for a young family relocating from the San Francisco Bay Area to Wilson, Wyoming

Deloia by Salmela Architect

Deloia by Salmela Architect

This is a second project of Salmela Architect for this client. The first was an extensive renovation, addition, outbuildings, and major landscape design for their previous home

Hidden Valley Desert House by Wendell Burnette Architects

Hidden Valley Desert House by Wendell Burnette Architects

The Hidden Valley Desert House is a long pavilion for living composed of a canopy hovering above a plinth

Panavista Hill House by Steelhead Architecture

Panavista Hill House by Steelhead Architecture

The Panavista Hill House is perched on a steep up-slope lot in Portland west hills. The design solution for organizing the house and keeping costs in check...

Westwind Residence in Portland by Giulietti / Schouten Architects

Westwind Residence in Portland by Giulietti / Schouten Architects

This modern ranch house with sweeping views of the wine country was designed as three separate structures, two separate master bedroom blocks and one central living area

The Barclay Apartment in New York by Handwerk Art and Design

The Barclay Apartment in New York by Handwerk Art and Design

For this two bedroom top floor apartment in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Handwerk Art and Design re-claimed some of the most treasured of New York City spaces