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Designed as a study of rural “right size” design, High Meadow Ranch is conceived as a home for two which can expand to host an extended family, threaded into a crest of the Santa Lucia range. The remote site offers panoramic views and a focal point in the middle of a sloping knoll but is bifurcated by a “No Vertical Zone”.
Project name
High Meadow Ranch
Architecture firm
Richard Beard Architects
Location
Carmel Valley, California, USA
Every successful project opening is a reminder that Architecture is more than just a building. The Tribù Flagship Showroom in the West Hollywood Design District is a stunning example of how thoughtful design and meticulous execution improves daily life, changes how people see the world and brings an overall sense of joy.
Project name
Tribù Flagship Showroom
Architecture firm
NCA Studio, Inc.
Location
West Hollywood, California, USA
Photography
Jennifer Cheung
Rarely on view for public touring, the Craig Ellwood-designed Modernist home of art collector and business titan Max Palevsky (1924-2010) will be open for tours and a cocktail party as part of Modapalooza. Benefitting USModernist®, America’s largest open resource for Modernist architecture, the Palevsky tour is just one of the Modapalooza events oc...
Title
Exclusive Tour of Legendary Art Collector’s Palm Springs
Category
Architecture & Design
Eligibility
Open to public
Register
https://usmodernist.org/modapalooza.htm
A young family of four sought to update their 1952 California Ranch home nestled in the San Roque neighborhood of Santa Barbara. Working with the owner, who was savvy in both construction and design, the architects leveraged a modest budget to reimagine and renovate the 2,000-square-foot existing house and add 600-square-feet of usable living space...
Project name
Vista de la Cumbre
Architecture firm
ANACAPA Architects
Location
Santa Barbara, California, USA
Photography
Erin Feinblatt
Overlooking the Magothy River in Pasadena, Maryland, this home was placed to capture panoramic views while still feeling connected to the natural environment. Originally designed in 1986 by Leo D’Aleo, this home went through a major renovation in 2020 with the help of Delbert Adams Construction Groupand Locust Grove Studios.
Project name
The Glass House
Architecture firm
Locust Grove Studios
Location
Pasadena, Maryland, USA
Photography
Peak Visuals – www.peakvisualsus.com
Overlooking Discovery Bay with the Olympic mountains shining in the distance, this home was placed on the property to capture the panoramic view while maintaining easy access and connection to the forested setting.
Project name
Folding House
Architecture firm
StudioSTL
Location
Port Townsend, Washington, United States
Photography
Josh Partee Photography
This residence is located in the foothills of Las Vegas, Nevada, and captures the true essence of desert architecture, while expressing high design and engineering. The clients’ desire for a large circulating home, that would also capture views in every direction from each space on this incredible, five-acre lot within the signature development The...
Project name
Sunset Summit Residence
Architecture firm
Cushing Terrell
Location
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Photography
Jeremy Bittermann