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IT House

Sustainable. Prefabricated. Yet totally personal. Using an aluminum frame manufactured by Bosch and glass walls, the IT House is designed to be customized yet can be built in just eight weeks. It uses radiant heat flooring and rooftop solar panels to keep its environmental footprint to a minimum, and can be built to stay totally off the grid. Options including moveable walls, fireplaces, and designer furniture, and with packages starting as 1,200 square feet, it can accommodate nearly any needs.

  • Seehaus

    Built as a holiday home on the shores of a royal-owned lake not far from Vienna, the Seehaus uses its horseshoe-shaped structure to great effect. Inside the building, which is clad in blackened timber panels, are five bedrooms, multiple living areas and bathrooms, and a sauna, with plenty of glass on the northern side, and south-facing glazing limited to areas shadowed by the neighboring building. In the center is a patio/courtyard that provides plenty of outdoor living space, while providing views of the water and evening sunsets.

    Photos: Maximilian Eisenköck

  • Cocoon House

    Set in a string of row houses in Ho Chi Minh City's New Urban area, the Cocoon House maintains the original home's sloped roof silhouette while reimagining it as a modern abode. Extra space at the front and rear of the house afforded a garage in front and a kitchen/garden area out back, which is partially covered to create a terrace for the master bedroom above. It takes its name from the veneer of ventilation blocks that were installed on the old balconies at either end, adding both privacy and security while creating a green space for nature to enhabit.

    Photos: Trieu Chien / Landmark Architecture