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Our Five Favorite Indoor-Outdoor Homes of 2019
Homes designed for the indoor-outdoor lifestyle can be as diverse as the people who live in them. From an island-inspired SoCal beachside retreat to
Divine Skyline
Set into a hillside and tucked behind a thicket of trees in the affluent Westlake neighborhood of Austin, Texas, one residence provides a skyline
Windows into the Desert
Architect Brent Kendle’s clients wanted an indoor-outdoor connection that made them feel like they were “living in the desert” and “camping under the
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On the north side of Phoenix’s iconic Camelback Mountain sits the latest treasure from Scottsdale-based architect Brent Kendle: a 4,800-square-foot
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You could almost call The Nascent House project “surrealist architecture.” Nestled among the trees lining the eastern shore of the South River in
Majestic Mountain Views
Spectacular views abound in north Phoenix neighborhoods, but one property by K2 Signature Homes offers an especially awe-inspiring smorgasbord of eye
Beach Scene
Just blocks from the Pacific Ocean in Manhattan Beach, California, sits what has to be one of the most unique new homes in the area. And some – but
Cool to Be Kind
To Phoenix developer Ben Dusan, his latest project in one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods represents a paragon of energy-efficient
Stunning and Sustainable
Across the street from a greenbelt conservation area on the outskirts of Dallas sits a remarkable modern home designed by Paul Merrill and Yen Ong of
Positively Provo
A future homeowner with a lot on the elevated east bench of Provo, Utah, knew exactly what he had in front of him: spectacular views of the city
DIY Dream Home
Call it the ultimate couple’s project. A husband-and-wife team of commercial architects with slightly differing tastes combined their talents to
Hillside Retreat
Alan Ohashi and Philip Liang of Emeryville, California-based ODS Architecture have been designing stunning contemporary houses in the Bay Area for
Serenity Now
When you combine an architect known for eye-popping design and the nearly perfect weather found in Santa Barbara, you get Glendessary Lane, a
Riverfront Tranquility
On a particularly picturesque piece of land on the Colorado River outside Austin, architect Sean Guess has created a beautiful single-level home
Pure Michigan
In northern Michigan, the summer – with its blue skies, low humidity, and pleasant temperatures – is short but wonderful. Vacationers and residents
Hoosier Magnificence
Vast expanses of glass and huge multi-slide doors have become an essential part of the custom-home landscape in parts of the country where beautiful
A Perfect Match
Architect Dan Weber calls the Santa Barbara climate – where “it’s never hot, it’s never cold, there are no bugs, no wind, and it never rains” –
Custom Cat House
Architects Kathy Hancox and Michael Kothke have been creating minimalist gems for over two decades in British Columbia, San Francisco, and, for the
West Texas Vistas
On a starkly magnificent mountainside 800 feet above El Paso, Texas, architects Darci Hazelbaker and Dale Rush have designed a modernist masterpiece
Mountain Views All Around
An intentional mashup of traditional and modern design. A blend of old and new with both rustic and refined touches. In the desert.
Modernist Marvel
Renowned architect Richard Meier called white the “most wonderful color” because it’s “against a white surface that one best appreciates the play of
Cabin in the Woods
Award-winning architect Danny MacNelly found 44 acres of untamed land along Virginia’s James River on which to build the ultimate weekend getaway for
Looking Through It All
For its first home design in Phoenix, Charles Cunniffe Architects of Aspen, Colorado, envisioned a plan that maximized two of the desert city’s two
Twin Cities Masterpiece
When an architecture-loving client approached Peterssen/Keller Architecture about designing a three-pavilion home on an unusual L-shaped lot near
Hollywood Hills High Life
When building in the Hollywood Hills, Dunn Architecture Studio took into consideration two of the best reasons to live in the exclusive region: the
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To understand the Ladera Project, it helps to get to know a little about the area in which the modern home sits. The small town of Ojai, in
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To take advantage of the stunning views of the McDowell Mountains east of the North Scottsdale neighborhood where he lives, architect Dale Gardon of 
San Diego Sanctuary
Architect Jimmy Sullivan’s Hillcrest Hideaway design is a testament to the indoor-outdoor living ideals that so many in Southern California cherish.
Bright Idea
Perched on a steep hillside in California’s East Bay, the 2016 Sunset Idea House is as spectacular as the views of the San Francisco Bay it provides.