On an eight-foot-wide lot in London, architect Luke Tozer cleverly squeezed in a four-story home equipped with rain-water-harvesting and geothermal systems.
Though the cottage looks cramped from the street, in back, it blooms dramatically into a semi-open plan kitchen, living, and dining area for a growing family.
To fit a steeply sloping site in North Carolina, architects Elihu Siegman and Michael Silverman dreamt up an adaptive structure based on the Hebrew letter aleph, a strong diagonal central line flanked by two smaller accent strokes.
The result of Siegman and Silverman's work is a dramatically cantilevered residence that juts out over the ridge.
Prefab construction simplified the building process of this northern Wisconsin summer home, where all materials required ferrying across Lake Superior.
Architect Charlie Lazor, creator of the panelized FlatPak house, developed a new modular 1,600-square-foot open-plan Week’nder for the remote site on Lake Superior’s historic Madeline Island.