With massive columns propping up an overhanging roof at the edge of the forest, this house, from certain angles, looks more like a temple to sport than a chalet.
Hawaii is a popular vacation spot among Canadians, but its architectural scene is often overlooked. However, the latest project by Walker Warner Architects, a compound of sorts that incorporates modern and Indigenous design, is hard to miss and even harder to disregard.
Overall winners and the “Best of the Best” in Canada.
A video walk-through of an ideal West Coast Modern home.
None of these houses are actually haunted (as far as we know), but the milieu suggests the weird and eerie, and sometimes that’s enough.
Instead of mountain or ocean views, Edgemont Residence faces a deep, forested ravine.
The Hollywood Hills House was a project Becker began while working at Olson Kundig and finished with Mutuus.
The Montreal architecture firm has created a fortress of wellness in the foothills of the Himalayas.
The structure recalls in some ways Newfoundland’s traditional saltbox style: two storeys with sheer walls and a pitched roof.