After Jeremy and Amy Clark were priced out of San Francisco, they settled on a verdant site in Raleigh, North Carolina. In Situ Studio designed their modern dream home, a 4,200-square-foot residence that is clad in stained local tongue-in-groove cypress.
Designer Tom Givone updated a 19th-century farmhouse with a bold, torqued-volume addition in Pennsylvania.
A couple in Evanston, Illinois, asked John Issa of Perimeter Architects to add on a two-story, 650-square-foot addition to their traditional farmhouse.
Product designer Scott Croyle worked with architect Cary Bernstein to revamp the 1930s fixer-upper in San Francisco that he shares with his wife and their nine-year-old son. The result is a streamlined home clad in warm cedar.
Crowned with a glass observatory, this scenic home in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin built by architect Brian Johnsen for Chele Isaac and John Neis commands panoramic views of the surrounding grasslands.
This 1960s Los Angeles home, designed by Case Study legends Buff, Straub and Hensman, was renovated for Marjorie and Chris Rice by Don Dimster. The remodel included a larger kitchen, a fourth bedroom, and an upstairs bath, as well as the new roof deck.
Before its renovation, the Guilford, Connecticut vacation home of Catherine Greenman, Richard D’Albert, and their four children was a run-down 1970s dwelling that Louis Kahn had helped design. Gray Organschi Architecture gave it a refreshing upgrade with a new pool.