At this modular concrete retreat on Martha's Vineyard, many of the interior surfaces are clad in Douglas fir and Alaskan cedar. The bedroom is furnished by a custom mahogany headboard and bed frame by Larry Hepler and a glass Murano lamp by Massimiliano Schiavon.
At this remote Ontario prefab, the Japanese-style bathroom, which is clad in teak, features a matching tub and sink by Bath in Wood.
Just a few blocks from the swooping Barclays Center arena in downtown Brooklyn sits an unexpectedly quiet haven, a petite 1,300-square-foot patch of green punctuated by a small outbuilding. This modest structure, a single room with just enough space for an army cot or chair, was designed and built by architect Nicholas Hunt, who runs the studio Hunt Architecture with his brother, Andrew, in addition to working for larger firms.
At this eco-friendly New Hampshire home, Eastern white pine finished with Monocoat white oil by Rubio clads the interior, while slatted wood accents the space and screens pipes and ducts.
The almost-entirely tallowwood kitchen at this Australian getaway is custom. Muuto pendant lights, bar stools by Alvar Aalto for Artek, a Vola faucet, and a ceiling fan by Beacon Lighting finish the room.