A sunrise-to-sunset pavilion puts down Texas roots.
Site-sensitive architecture and construction marry this new island house with its extraordinary place on the earth.
Building a new house in the fragile desert landscape requires thought and precision. Tucson, Ariz., natives Teresa Rosano and Luis Ibarra, founders of Ibarra Rosano Design Architects, understand the inherent beauty that should be treated with extreme care when building in virgin desert settings.
Built in a 110 mph wind zone on the dunes of Cape Cod, a shingled cottage responds to its site while capitalizing on the views and using modern construction methods.
2013 Builder's Choice and Custom Home Design Awards Merit Winner for Outdoor Space
Builder's Choice and Custom Home Design Awards Merit Award for Outdoor Space
Two mirror-image buildings engage each other and the landscape.
The Cartell Gate Mate is motion-sensitive and well-suited to solar-powered gates.
Nathan Young's Elizabeth chair is hardy enough to handle outdoor use.
New from Calazzo is a sleek and precision-machined hand-held showerhead made for...
A handsome and minimalist wall sconce can stand out or blend in, with custom options.
Trex offers a space-saving outdoor staircase in powder-coated aluminum or galvanized...
The Sustainable Sites Initiative elevates the importance of landscape.
A thoughtfully designed house may enhance the landscape at large, but the act of constructing it wreaks terrible havoc on the soil.
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