Maui Clifftop House

Composed of a series of mini houses, the Maui Clifftop House adopts a U-shaped design to expose every room to the ocean views. Each private unit is made of a bedroom and bathroom, connected by a central kitchen and dining area. The interior complements its natural seaside setting with a palette of stucco and bamboo plywood on the walls, floors, and ceilings. Externally, the folded pattern of the roof not only works with the climate's harsh winds and extreme sun but also helps the home's weathered wooden facade fade into the rocky landscape. Its oversized design creates double the living space with covered outdoor areas while acting as a wooden sky deck with some of the most stunning views on the island's northern coast.

Photos: Cristobal Palma / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti

  • Undermountain House

    Balancing on a small knoll in the Berkshires, the Undermountain House takes inspiration from the primitive architecture of the region. The extended single-story structure is clad in dark cypress planks and topped by a simple pitched roof. A stone base levels the house with a sloped hillside, allowing for the home to hover above the landscape. Between the two foundations, a rain garden made from large boulders keeps the elements off of the home by funneling water to a nearby pond. Internally, the home adopts an open floor plan, ending with a screened in porch with a fireplace that can be enjoyed throughout the year.

    Photos: Michael Moran / O'neill Rose Architects

  • Primrose Hill House

    Charged with maximizing the floor area and natural light of an existing mews, the Primrose Hill House uses its black and white palette to provide a suitably modern backdrop for the owners' carefully chosen furnishings. The home is centered around the open living space on the second floor, which is also home to a private terrace and the kitchen. The master suite and a secondary bedroom occupy the first floor, while the entry floor is home to a shower, another bedroom, and a study that opens onto the street via large carriage doors.

    Photos: Threefold Architects

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