Wood, and concrete, and vistas – oh my! This is just one of many things someone might say of this hillside family home; a delightful abode designed by Molony Architects. Continue reading
This beautiful hillside lake house is a robust home with grand views from nearly every room, along with gorgeous symmetry and an idyllic layout throughout. Located just outside of Montreal, Canada, this linear space is perched along the shores of Lake Memphremagog, and looks nothing short of Nirvana. Continue reading
Have you ever dreamed of having a home studio where you could hide out and create one thing or another to your hearts content? Well Butterfly Studio, designed by Valerie Schweitzer Architects and winner of the 2017 American Architecture Prize, is exactly that. A 350 sq.ft. art studio and office in Westport, Connecticut, delivering a content setting and inspirational flow all in one space. Continue reading
Step inside the whimsical styling of Deep Point Road House, and find yourself immersed in a water-laced view that goes on for a country mile!
Although the original 1950’s ranch house was torn down to its cement slab, the foundation of the house was kept intact to maximize the view alongside the whopping 17 acres it sits on in the state of New York. Continue reading
Montreal, Canada, never seems to fail in surprising and delighting its audience with architectural wonders – as is the case with this modern mountain home by Atelier Général. Built slope-side along Mount Shefford, this home delivers both an aerial view and a hillside one, looking out upon Canada’s rugged mountain tundra while offering a warm oasis inside. Continue reading
I’ve never wanted a house more than I do this river home. Please and thank you! Designed by Gardner Architects LLC, this home is located between the picturesque Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, on the US side of the Lewes and Rohoboth Canal, and is set upon scenic splendor. Between the waterways, the sand dunes, the grassy marshes and the flower riddled wetlands; the lay of the land is breathtaking unto itself. Continue reading