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Austin Shipping Container House

Drawn up by award-winning designer Patrice Nichole Rios, this Austin Shipping Container House mixes industrial and high-end materials with ease. The basic form of the home, as well as the creative space/container out back, is clad in metal, while the interior features concrete flooring downstairs and hickory on the second level. In total it offers three bedrooms, with brick flooring in the master bath, quartz countertops, and pipe shelving that was built on-site. It's also just blocks from Mueller, and a short trip from downtown.

  • 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

  • Queenstown River House

    A brand new build set along the Shotover, this Queenstown River House is your chance to move directly into an impressive piece of architecture. Designed by Kerr Ritchie, the house borders reserve land and boasts outstanding views, yet is just minutes from high-end shopping, dining, skiing, and golfing. Each of the bedrooms, the double-height main kitchen/dining/living area, and the outdoor spaces have been laid out to take advantage of the views, while features like oak flooring, feature fireplaces, and tiled ensuites beg to keep you indoors.

    Photos: Sotheby's International Realty