The design is part of a larger exploration of attractive homes for middle- and low-income families
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
This modern extension of an old stone home in Navarra, Spain, is literally one with the landscape.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals building reads like a love letter to granite and marble.
In this serene home belonging to a woodwork enthusiast, it’s all about the subtle mixing of materials.
Inventive Dutch firm MVRDV offers a novel take on what to do with abandoned malls with this project in Taiwan.
Built from birch and pine, this cabin is a picture-perfect ode to its idyllic setting.
The renovation celebrates architect Andrew Geller’s penchant for geometric whimsy.
This introduction will get you started on the city’s seemingly endless supply of buildings inspired during Queen Victoria’s reign.
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Designed by architect Pía Mendaro for artist Clara Cebrian, this barebones but whimsical live-work studio is what happens when architecture meets art.
A "deformed roof" house in Hokkaido gets a quirky makeover.
The building once served as a neighborhood church in Washington, D.C., and many of the building’s original features remain.
A new show in New York City explores the designer-architect’s legacy far beyond the iconic modernist villa E.1027.
Ever wondered what it’d be like to nestle into the belly of a Victorian wooden elephant? Here’s a chance to find out.
The selection celebrates "honest architecture" that serves its inhabitants and the community.
The new book The Art of Earth Architecture explores one of the oldest—and most ecologically sensitive—building techniques.
The design pays homage to the villa’s Mediterranean location with whitewashed stone walls and plenty of outdoor space.
The two-story rectangular house slots into the void like a mismatched puzzle piece.
The soothing steel structure cuts through the center of the house, stretching all the way up to a skylight.
There are no traditional stairs in the house, just wooden blocks that help the owners move from one platform to the next.
The inside is entirely clad in plywood, which contrasts with black accents throughout.
- From Curbed SF
These westside structures deserve a second glance.
This Black History Month, the legendary architect is getting his star turn as the subject of the new PBS documentary, Hollywood’s Architect: The Paul R. Williams Story.