A 100-year-old service building located in a protected historical area of Ljubljana, Slovenia was transformed into a modest residence with the help of Dekleva Gregorič Architects. The exterior of the house reveals the simple and utilitarian assembly of its cement-panel walls and roof.
Drawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi Yatabe’s new house is all in the family.
In London’s peaceful De Beauvoir Town, this house's stained-cedar cladding makes a stark but pleasing contrast to the natural foliage of the site.
This bright white home in Fujisawa, Japan, facilitates outdoor living within its walls with pockets of open interior space.
In northern Galilee, Israel, architect Guy Zucker has carved a minimal oasis of peace out of one of the most war-torn places on the planet.
For this rural Ontario home, building sustainably was less about high-tech gizmos than learning to truly love the land.
At the base of Echo Mountain in Phoenix, a geometric home by Wendell Burnette opens up to the surrounding desert landscape.
Architect Ko Wibowo designed a house of prodigious proportions beneath the hulking rise of Mount Ranier. Here, a trap-door opening at the top of the house allows for better circulation.