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SaLo House

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SaLo House

via dezeen.com | photos © Fernando Alda

Architect Patrick Dillon built this sustainable house on a forested hilltop in Panama from salvaged materials that had to be brought to the site by boat and horseback. The project to design and build the SaLo House, which is named after its location near the tip of Punta de San Lorenzo, began in 1997 when Dillon was working on the construction of a bridge over the San Pablo River in southwestern Panama.
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Pickles & Round House

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Pickles & Round House

Pickles & Round House

Skewed House

via habitusliving.com | Photos ©

The Pickles & Round House was the first project that Jo and Harry worked on together, and resulted in the formulation of their architecture studio Pickles & Rouse Architects. “We bought this house in 2010 and it has been evolving ever since. This was our first house and design project together, hence the name and establishment of our Architectural firm Pickles & Rouse,” says Jo Lambis. “The house has recently been sold as our family is becoming larger, however the buyers would like to evolve the house further so we will be helping them to achieve this.”
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Skewed House

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Skewed House

Skewed House

Skewed House

Skewed House

via habitusliving.com | Photos © Praveen Mohandas

Designed by architects, Lijo Jos and Reny Lijo of LIJO.RENY.architects, Skewed House carries a well-defined aesthetic sensibility that weaves through spaces. Simple clean lines, volumetric variations, refined colour schemes and the considered integration of interiors and exteriors, all combine to create a joyous living space.
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East House

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East House

East House

East House

East House

via designboom.com | photos © chuck choi / matthew snyder

Nestled into the wildflowers and grassy fields of Martha’s Vineyard, Boston-based Peter Rose and Partners has sought to embed ‘East House’ into its natural landscape. Characterized by a series of concrete volumes, the walls are ten-inches thick with Spanish cedar window frames orientated to capture its coastal setting.
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Box on the Rock

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Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

Box on the Rock

via wallpaper.com | photos ©

The rugged landscape above the Californian Sonoma Valley is not a frequent choice of site for new sleek and comfortable family homes, but Schwartz and Architecture have managed to turn this awkward spot into a dream location with the appropriately named Box on the Rock.
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