Dialogue House is a minimalist home located in Phoenix, Arizona, designed by Wendell Burnette Architects. Two volumes of light – one warm and one cool – one projected to the expansive horizon and one toward the canopy of the desert sky. The residence was inspired by John Van Dyke’s ruminations on the phenomena of desert light specifically “colored air” and “reflected light” in his 1907 book titled The Desert – Further Studies in Natural Appearances.
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In Charleston, South Carolina, interior designer Cortney Bishop of Cortney Bishop Design recently finished this amazing eclectic home project.
Designed by Krannitz Gehl Architects, this spectacular modern rustic residence is located in Yellowstone, Montana.
Perched above San Francisco Bay, this contemporary single family residence was redesigned and extended by Swatt | Miers Architects.
In Sydney, Australia, Christopher Polly Architect designed this contemporary two-storey single family residence.
In 2008, Vinci | Hamp Architects transformed a historic masonry complex in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood into a new single-family residence.
Designed by American architectural firm Specht Harpman, the New Canaan Residence was completed in 2010. Taking up 6,000 square foot of land, the house was designed to engage the landscape and immerse the occupants in the full range of environments that the site offers. Continue reading »
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Located in Austin, Texas, this modern wooden two-storey single family residence was designed in 2008 by Webber + Studio Architects.
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Kitchen and bathrooms are prefab pieces, while the other spaces are modular and interwoven to the other defined elements. [View More Photos at Inthralld.com]