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  • Big Barn

    Big Barn

    North of San Francisco, in Glen Ellen, a less populated part of the Napa wine country, the culture has been based on agriculture and was named for an original winery.  Jack London made this his...

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  • L7 Home

    L7 Home

    Architects: Augusto Fernández Mas (K+A Diseño), Mauricio Miranda (MM Desarrollos), Mariel Esquivel and Cesar Cardoso. Construction: K+A Diseño Main Purveyors: MicMac, Solesdi y Venster....

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  • Collingwood Residence

    Collingwood Residence

    Situated on Bowen Island’s West Coast, the Collingwood Residence is located on a private 10 acre lot surrounded by forest. The home is divided into three buildings, connected by the glass...

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  • Kahua Kuili Residence

    Kahua Kuili Residence

    The Kahua Kuili residence is a modern interpretation of the classic Hawai’i summer camp. In keeping with the firm’s design philosophy, the warm yet spacious retreat was designed with longevity in...

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  • WS house, a single-family home on the outskirts of Montevideo.

    WS house, a single-family home on the outskirts of Montevideo.

    Proving that building on a budget doesn’t have to mean compromising on aesthetics, Uruguayan architecture practice Bercetche Estudio has completed the WS House, a single-family home on the...

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  • WS House

    WS House

    Proving that building on a budget doesn’t have to mean compromising on aesthetics, Uruguayan architecture practice Bercetche Estudio has completed the WS House, a single-family home on the...

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  • Slatted Beach Retreat

    Slatted Beach Retreat

    Thrilled with the beach town location of their summer house, but not with its loud ’90s-era architecture, a family approached Blue Truck Studio with a directive — tone it down. What they had: a...

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  • SO House

    SO House

    REVEALING THE EVIDENCE Confrontation with the reality of these ruins was always a confrontation seeped in memories. Memories of a place where the raw matter it is constituted of - the rock, the...

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  • The Francis Residence, 1952

    The Francis Residence, 1952

    Willard Hall Francis, Architect The Francis Residence, 1952. Located on 3/5 of an acre in the highly-desirable Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, this vintage mid-century modern home is...

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  • Cache House

    Cache House

    Heated radiant floors, high-design fittings, and a communal spirit rooted in Jackson Hole’s homesteading history await the modern-day explorer at the recently opened Cache House, an elegant new...

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  • The Sanctuary

    The Sanctuary

    The clients of The Sanctuary, recent empty-nesters planning ahead to retirement, hoped to downsize and simplify in the design of their new Palo Alto home. When the clients purchased the property,...

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  • Shepard Mesa House

    Shepard Mesa House

    Located on a steep Cherimoya orchard in the foothills of Carpinteria, Shepard Mesa House is a new home for a young family of four. The neighborhood consists of dispersed homes along a single road...

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  • A Village of One's Own

    A Village of One's Own

    Welcome to A Village of One's Own, a modern masterpiece by Hugh Newell Jacobsen. Described as one of the world’s top 50 architects by Architectural Digest, Jacobsen has been retained by...

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  • Whisper Rock Ranch

    Whisper Rock Ranch

    Find your escape in our high-desert hidden gem, perched on the brink of untouched wilderness amidst enchantingly weathered boulders, ancient juniper, pinón and desert oak trees. The tranquility...

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  • The Palisades Residence

    The Palisades Residence

    An entrepreneur and family with a passion for healthy living requested a large home on their dramatically sloping 2-acre site. They specifically wanted an informal layout that could be woven into...

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  • For the First Time, Architecture’s Most Coveted Award Goes to Two Women

    For the First Time, Architecture’s Most Coveted Award Goes to Two Women

    Since 1979, the Pritzker Prize has gone to architects—mostly men—in recognition of years of unfailing contributions. This year, it goes to Ireland’s Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara.

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  • Borrego Springs Midcentury

    Borrego Springs Midcentury

    Discover vacation perfection at this quiet hideaway, nestled along the scenic De Anza Country Club. This enviable locale is private enough to feel worlds away, while still being close to all the...

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  • 5 Kitchen Renovations Done for Less Than $100K

    5 Kitchen Renovations Done for Less Than $100K

    Kitchen renovations can be daunting, but here’s some expert inspiration to get you going.

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  • Top 5 Homes of the Week With Revved-Up Garages

    Top 5 Homes of the Week With Revved-Up Garages

    Attention automotive enthusiasts: these finely tuned garages from the Dwell community caught our editor’s eye this week.

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  • The Fieldhouse

    The Fieldhouse

    Built for family and friends as a space for sport and gathering, the Fieldhouse is a simple, functional structure. Like the immersion of nature and recreation in the development of state and...

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