Magnolia House

Named after its Seattle neighborhood, the Magnolia House brings contemporary design and traditional fixtures under the same roof. Clean lines and dark gray lacquer dominate the exterior facade. Tall grid windows add interest to the otherwise simple form, while bathing the interior in loads of natural light. Internally, classic elements of marble and hardwood harmonize with modern furniture for a balanced aesthetic. A set of stairs leads to a personal yoga studio. Surrounded by glazing, the tranquil space leads out to a private rooftop deck.

Photos: Lara Swimmer / Rerucha Studio

  • Quintessa Pavilions

    Surrounded by 280 acres of vine-covered hillsides and mature oak trees, the Quintessa Pavilions are a trio of wine-tasting shelters for a Napa Valley estate. Each of the structures was carefully arranged within the vineyard, keeping most of the natural landscape intact. Although modern in design, their clean lines look at home in their rustic setting with the addition of reclaimed wood and local stone. While the steel and timber awning provides protection from the elements, large openings and glazed doors keep the space at one with the scenery, allowing guests to sip on their Cabernet Sauvignon while admiring the fields where it was grown.

    Photos: Matthew Millman, Matthew Williams / Walker Warner Architects

  • Seaberg House

    Located along the Melbourne coast, the Seaberg House is reviving the classic Australian beach house. The home sits as a cluster of buildings, connected by a wooden platform. This separation of space allows for added privacy among the central communal spaces and detached outbuildings. Its multi-level layout provides unobstructed views of the neighboring ocean from every angle of the main living area. While the interior carries a carrying a relaxed palette of light grays and warm woods, the key design feature is in the filtration of natural light. Slatted and perforated window screens act as a template, casting unique patterns throughout the interior space.

    Photos: Derek Swalwell / Kerstin Thompson Architects

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