10. A single-family home in Kyoto with a tree growing in the middle
The single-family home in Kyoto designed by 07BEACH was designed for a family of five in a quiet district in the north of Kyoto in the middle.
9. Feldman Architecture designs the meadow house on a prairie
Feldman Architecture's meadow house is on an inclined hill in Portola Valley, California, where the L-shaped house follows the contours of the hill.
8. A Parisian apartment renovated for a young family and their cat.
When designing the Sacha apartment in Paris, the SABO project used simple materials such as plywood, resin and concrete for a clean, family-friendly space.
7. A SoHo Loft with a hidden loft bedroom by Julian King Architect
To preserve the traditional, open atmosphere of a New York loft, Julian King Architect got creative by placing the bedroom on a hidden mezzanine floor. Loft set up.
6. A compact apartment in Taipei full of curvy details
The Flowing Vector Apartment in Taipei, designed by PENY HSIEH INTERIORS, offers bold curvy details paired with angular elements.
5. This one-bedroom backyard prefab house in West Seattle is powered by solar energy.
The Stone Solar Studio was designed by the architectural firm Wittman Estes together with the prefabricated house technology company NODE and is an environmentally friendly prefabricated house with one bedroom in West Seattle.
4. The three-level house on a steep hill in Los Angeles
The three-level house by CHA: COL was built on a rare, empty plot in Silver Lake and was due to the steep slope of the construction site a real challenge.
3. A secluded modern retreat for a young family in the San Francisco Mission District
San Francisco residents turned to Ryan Leidner Architecture when it was time to renovate and close their Harrison St House in the Mission District expand.
2. Do it yourself: A modern yurt that you can build yourself
Zach Both and Nicole Lopez have spent 6 months designing and building a modern, stunning yurt so that you can learn it step by step explain how they did it themselves.
And the most popular architectural item of 2019 is…
1. SHED restores a ranch house from 1959 in Seattle
The Madison Park Ranch House by SHED Architecture has a coherent aesthetic through timeless materials, an open layout and a color palette that pays tribute to its history.