The owners of this 1600-sq.-ft. house in Sonoma County, Calif. selected the site based on its double view: meadow and ocean in front, woods in back.
This house west of downtown Austin, Texas, has floor-to-ceiling glass with no window treatments but uses the topography as a privacy screen.
StoneCoat's Smooth is a stucco veneer that uses limestone plaster instead of Portland cement.
An auto-body shop was retrofitted into a home with metal siding and Passive-House design.
A full gut remodel brought new life to an 1821 home that had undergone several misguided renovations.
The functional areas of this lakeside home all have an unobstructed lake view while still maintaining excellent energy efficiency.
The renovation team figured out how to maintain historical details while updating this home to meet current needs.
With this renovation, the goal was to take the space occupied by a little-used second-floor deck adjacent to an art studio and incorporate it into the rest of the postmodern shingle-style house built in 1995.
A Tesla roof powers this five-bedroom Texas home and then transfers extra energy to the power grid.
This home on Whidbey Island, Wash., marries an old farmhouse feel with more modern elements.
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