An architect and an interior designer convert a dilapidated toolshed in upstate New York into a modern guesthouse.
In Seattle, an architect transforms a cramped attic space into a bright and flexible family gathering spot.
A couple return their A. Quincy Jones house in Los Angeles to its former glory—and add some soul of their own.
The pair worked with the existing chunky fireplace and concrete floors, then added custom redwood cabinetry on the dining area side. The pendants are from Birchwood Lighting.
A couple planning for an investment property in Austin ended up with a home that was too terrific to let go by adding a Breuer-inspired volume to an old bungalow. A glassed-in box links the two structures: The original house holds the family bedrooms and master bath, while the addition boasts an open-air kitchen and dining combination, a home office, and access to a landscaped yard and pool.
A pair of architects help a client carve out an oasis of calm amid São Paulo’s bustle. They remade a corner apartment with structural problems and a warren of light-starved rooms into a breezy, light-filled home with intimate terrace garden.