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Nestled on 4.5 acres in the eastern outskirts of Whitefish, Montana, the Railway residence is located at the nexus of three defining features: the Whitefish Range to the north; Great Northern Mountain, bookended by the Swan Range and Saddleback Mountain to the east; and connecting the two, the Great Northern Railroad.
Project name
Railway Residence
Architecture firm
Cushing Terrell
Location
Whitefish, Montana, USA
Photography
Gibeon Photography
Studio Schicketanz's latest Net Zero project offers unforgettable views of the Pacific Ocean. Studio Schicketanz's latest Net Zero project offers unforgettable views of the Pacific Ocean. By taking cues and inspiration from the surrounding landscape, Studio Schicketanz, led by Mary Ann Schicketanz, designed a breathtaking, sustainable home that lit...
Project name
Mal Paso Residence
Architecture firm
Studio Schicketanz
Location
Big Sur, United States
Photography
Joe Fletcher Photography
The Queen’s Lane Pavilion is the fifth project that CLB Architects has designed for one family on the same property over a 25-year period. The compound of buildings represents the evolution of the family’s developing design aesthetic from the first structure, a traditional log home, to the most recent, a steel and glass pavilion.
Project name
Queen’s Lane Pavilion
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
This 1950s-era house was long in need of an upgrade and expansion to capitalize on otherwise ‘good bones’ and to satisfy the needs of a family with young children. A kitchen remodel was the first problem to tackle.
Project name
Hazel Road
Architecture firm
Buttrick Projects Architecture + Design
Location
Berkeley, California, USA
Photography
Cesar Rubio, Matthew Millman (Kitchen), Buttrick Projects A+D (Stair window)
During the 1950s, architect Roland Roessner was teaching at the University of Texas and designing some of Austin’s most daring modern structures. One of his more memorable houses, located on Balcones Drive, is notable for its prominently cantilevered concrete balcony perched above a long, sloping hillside, with Camp Mabry as its backyard.
Project name
Balcones Residence
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Nick Simonite
Set into a steep hillside of Sullivan Canyon in Pacific Palisades, the San Remo Residence organizes stacked volumes toward the North with panoramic views of the natural landscape and the Getty beyond. The parti of the house is composed of two vertical and horizontal volumes on a stone limestone plinth, rooted into the rugged hillside
Project name
San Remo
Architecture firm
ShubinDonaldson
Location
Pacific Palisades, California, USA
Photography
Manolo Langis
The clients own and operate a Los Angeles area retail gallery featuring a curated collection of west-coast artists. They desired a retreat with the feel of a contemporary art gallery, with plenty of wall space to display a rotation of their collection while also capturing expansive views offered by the site.
Project name
Collector’s Retreat
Architecture firm
Heliotrope Architects
Location
Orcas Island, Washington, USA
Photography
Sean Airhart
The 7,000-square-foot dwelling is comprised of a series of gabled forms, an exterior palette of cedar shingles and stone references the rugged surrounds while oak, fir, and cedar wrap the interiors in rustic warmth.
Project name
Westridge Residence
Architecture firm
Richard Beard Architects
Location
Portola Valley, California, USA
Photography
Paul Dyer