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Acre Origin Series B House

With efficiency and design at the forefront, the Acre Origin Series B House offers zero net energy living in a mid-century modern package. The single-story ranch sits below an over-sized butterfly roof, creating a series of sheltered outdoor areas beneath its large overhangs. An open floor plan bridges the outdoors and the interior with a folding window wall in the great room, leading to a massive covered patio. The home is available in three different sizes, ranging from two to four bedrooms, and has options for a woodburning stove, a second window wall, and cabana, while the kit home model has you move-in ready in only three months.

  • Kew House

    Rising up behind a 19th-century stable wall, the Kew House does a standout job of joining the old with the new. The home is comprised of two prefabricated volumes that are joined by glass-enclosed stairways and platforms. Weathered steel cladding helps tie the exteriors in with the existing brick structures, while the bright interior is dominated by light-colored wood flooring, white walls, and oak cabinetry. The layout helps form a private rear courtyard, and keeps separate the social areas from the more private bedrooms.

  • Walsh House

    Located in Telluride's historic district, the Walsh House offers the chance to own John Pawson's first U.S. commission. The exterior pays homage to the area's mining heritage with its metal roof, weathered timber siding, and fieldstone facade, while the interior is a prime example of the architect's signature minimal style. The four bedroom structure combines concrete, marble, and a bright white pallet to offset the rugged mountain landscape, brought in through numerous windows and skylights. A second story, consisting of an open living area, expands out to a private deck, affording unspoiled views of Colorado's San Juan Mountains.

    Photos: Sotheby's International Realty