In this innovative creation, two separated "cabins" are connected by a glass and steel bridge containing the dining room.
Classic appliances sometimes require special accommodations for modern-day use.
Steps lead down into a conemplative space featuring bamboo and wood-formed concrete.
Dynamic tile patterns come together seamlessly to provide a luxurious en suite guest bathroom on the first floor of this newly renovated house.
Disappearing act: The careful design of this house encourages visitors to escape into a stunning vista as the house itself "vanishes."
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November 16, 2017
“When a client says, 'this is beautiful,' that isn't just luck."
Design/Build: As the McMansion dwindles in popularity, simpler rooflines are back in fashion.
November 13, 2017
From whimsy to lighting to ventilation, cupolas can serve a range of purposes.
November 10, 2017
A first-rate team of builder, architect, and landscape designer remodel an oddly built stone cabin.
Turning a quirky rustic lodge into a comfortable modern home is a problem-solving proposition.
There is just so much that is right about this house: the single, sharply pointed gable, delicate trim details and porch are so sweet and balanced.
It made sense to treat the ProHOME kitchen—especially the cabinets and countertops—with higher-quality finishes than other areas in the house.
The owners can take care of all their needs without using the stairs.
The 2017 ProHOME meets it's energy-efficiency goals by targeting public areas with higher-quality finishes, and using builder-grade materials in other places.
November 3, 2017
Designed by Portland architect Jim Sterling, the house is modest in size and fits comfortably into its site.
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