The structure features four completely different frontages that together channel the exuberant urban cacophony that Angelenos love and others don’t always understand.
Dubbed House Noir, the house balances the desire for beachfront living with the modern realities of higher seas and bigger waves.
Designed by Interface Studio Architects and developed by Callahan Ward Companies, the "Tiny Tower" is a 12-foot-wide test-case for small sites that many might consider unusable.
Solstice on the Park, a rental apartment tower in the city's Hyde Park neighborhood, is within spitting distance of Lake Michigan and Frederick Law Olmsted’s Jackson Park.
The 30-story tower and its surroundings include design from Handel Architects, Gachot Studios, and James Corner Field Operations.
The two-tower scheme, located in Bellevue, Washington, seeks to draw locals in with a public podium and a spectrum of amenities.
The 38-story LEED Silver–certified building, designed by a team led by SCB, is as generous to the pedestrian as it is to the penthouse owner.
For 130 William Street, located in New York's Financial District, Adjaye drew from the neighborhood's historic fabric, while looking to the future of high rise living.
Designed by Mexican architects Ezequiel Farca and Cristina Grappin, the Magnolia House accommodates—and anticipates—changing family lifestyles.
The transformable Modulofts tower, designed by local firm FSA, morphs to accommodate changing lifestyles and provides new perspectives on a changing Beirut.
Odile Decq does not shy away from a challenge. The French architect, educator, and feminist is as recognizable for her signature, punk-rock coif as much as she is for her convention-defying…
Bates Masi + Architects designed this modern house in Amagansett, New York for a family of water sports enthusiasts.
With his polymorphous design for a narrow 19th Century residence, the architect tackles issues of material experimentation, ecology, and urban density.
Aurélien, a new residential high-rise in Chicago’s upscale Gold Coast neighborhood, balances drama with practical amenities in a park-like setting.
Designed by Faulkner Architects, the 3,000-square-foot residence strives to visually (and ecologically) defer to its wooded surroundings.
For 150 Charles Street, CookFox Architects paid special attention to the outdoor areas and the West Village neighborhood beyond.
Located on a narrow lot in San Francisco's Noe Valley, the design breathed new life into a historically-protected 1920’s house.
Clad in patinated stainless steel that references the adjacent High Line, the residential complex features 40 units that bear a light touch of ZHA's signature flowing forms.
The firm used a nearby historical landmark as a blueprint for the 2,300-square-foot residence.
Architecture firm Desai Chia, working with local Michigan practice Environmental Architects, used Ash trees killed by an invasive species for this dwelling perched 100 feet above Lake Michigan.