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After exploring potential building sites along a mountain ridge on San Juan Island, architect Geoffrey Prentiss decided to divide the house he was designing into separate parts, including a kitchen pavilion. The layout is clean and simple, and the kitchen's walls fold open to bring the outside in. An adjacent outdoor room provides a means for comfortable living, even during cool evenings and rainy days, thanks to a concrete fireplace and a broad roof overhang.
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Straddling a Sonoma ridge, this contemporary house is an edgy mix of weathered boards, corrugated metal, and a plan that invites outdoor livingby Charles Miller
Cross-gabled windows and a two-story gallery funnel light into the heart of the houseby Peter Conard
Don't force the footprint. Let the surroundings choose the palette, and plan plenty of outdoor rooms.by Chris Bigos
An architect offers safe, practical tips for building this open-air cooktopby Paul DeGroot
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