Rather than undertake the hassle of a new build, architect Bill White transformed an unremarkable 1960s ranch in Portland, Oregon into a light-filled, livable space for his family.
This lakeside ranch house in northwestern Michigan nods to cabin vernacular with its medley of wood surfaces. The spacious, open-plan layout of its kitchen, however, is more contemporary.
A midcentury ranch-style house in California was given an eco-conscious update, while respecting the resident's attachment to 1960s and '70s design and culture.
At this recently renovated Tennessee ranch house, a dramatic trellis adds bravado and a passive cooling element.
A soaring roofline supported by a web of white trusses announces this sagging ranch house's rebirth as a modern weekend home.
Built in 1964 by designer A.D. Stenger, this charming Austin house underwent a makeover that honored the original architect by preserving its distinctive awning.