Heavily-ornamented Gothic architecture meets the restraint of modernism at a four-story residence in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Tall, vertical spaces, characteristic of Medieval architecture, are contained within neat, contemporary lines.
This elaborate trellis is more than a structural statement, it adds passive cooling to this recently-renovated home in Nashville.
A steel footbridge grants this cost-conscious Atlanta home street access. Its striking facade is made of fiber-reinforced concrete painted red.
This minimal home, also in Atlanta, features a tasteful collection of high-design furnishings, including a chandelier by Flos and a sleek Poliform dining table.
The undulating aluminum facade at this modern abode in Baton Rouge mirrors its bamboo backdrop nicely.
The Porch House, a modern take on a traditional farmhouse in southwestern Missouri, makes the most of the region's balmy weather with a fire pit the residents use year-round. An abundance of glass walls makes for a casual distinction between indoor and out.
At this stylish family home in Winter Park, Florida, a ipe-enclosed courtyard is lightly landscaped with gravel and low-maintenance plants.