Striking Slatted Wood and Glass Home in San Francisco
Resting on top of a San Francisco hill, this arresting home occupied by a young tech couple, is masterfully clad in slatted wood and glass.
Photo by: Ian Allen
Aptly called the Composite House, the clean white planes of this modern Victorian terrace abode in London sets the renovated home apart from its neighbors.
Photo by: Matthew Williams
Glowing Box Home in Japan
Resting on a neighborhood block in Hiroshima, Japan, a tall box home's illuminating facade shines on.
Photo by: Toshiyuki Yano
Japanese whiz architect Terunobu Fujimori's Charred Cedar House is vertically clad in charred cedar boards (click here to see the 6-step process), which have been treated with an ancient Japanese technique that seals the wood against two of Mother Nature's harshest elements: rain and rot.
Photo by: Adam Friedberg
Blue in the Facade
This 1,690-square-foot seaside retreat's calming blue hue is as relaxing as its location: Canada's idyllic Magdalen Islands. "We wanted something lively for the house, something spectacular but not vulgar," says homeowner Yves Bériault.
Photo by: Matthew Monteith
An Airy Addition to a Historic Boise Home
At night, the multiple windows of this renovated home in Boise, Idaho come to life.
Photo by: Lincoln Barbour
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