Based on techniques developed in their furniture design, Tom and Danielle Raffield used steam-bent timber – a traditional way of shaping timber using heat and moisture – to cover the extension to their home, which occupies an old gamekeeper's lodge.

Based on techniques developed in their furniture design, Tom and Danielle Raffield used steam-bent timber – a traditional way of shaping timber using heat and moisture – to cover the extension to their home, which occupies an old gamekeeper's lodge.

Hidden windows, black brick walls and a large indoor hammock feature in this skinny house that Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman designed for themselves.

Hidden windows, black brick walls and a large indoor hammock feature in this skinny house that Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman designed for themselves.

Designed to appreciate and take advantage of the beautiful Australian landscape, this home in Melbourne created by Zen Architects, features large windows, natural wood elements, and homey touches.

The Front Of This House Appears Modest And Compact, But It Conceals A Much Larger Interior

Designed to appreciate and take advantage of the beautiful Australian landscape, this home in Melbourne created by Zen Architects, features large windows, natural wood elements, and homey touches.

CLASSICISM WITH A TWIST - THE HOMES ARCHITECT PETER PENNOYER BUILT

CLASSICISM WITH A TWIST - THE HOMES ARCHITECT PETER PENNOYER BUILT

If I had 8 homes each would be very different... Or would they essentially be the same? Interior design changes as quickly as fashion dictates it, but eclectic mix is always in, right? So here is my virtual travel across the world.... Enjoy!

Handmade wooden chair built by the home's architect.

Tour a Design Duo's Dreamy Mid-Century Modern Rental

Rock Creek Home | Architect Magazine | NADAAA, Washington, DC, Single Family, Adaptive Reuse, 2015 AIA DC Design Awards, AIA DC Excellence in Architecture 2015

Rock Creek Home | Architect Magazine | NADAAA, Washington, DC, Single Family, Adaptive Reuse, 2015 AIA DC Design Awards, AIA DC Excellence in Architecture 2015

After years of designing other people’s dream homes, architect Mark Rios finally gets to build one for himself

Look Inside Architect Mark Rios’s Japanese-Inspired L.A. Home

After years of designing other people’s dream homes, architect Mark Rios finally gets to build one for himself

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