Almost every surface in this home on the coast in Australia—including ceilings, floors, and walls—is wrapped in blackbutt eucalyptus.
Varying types of wood comprise the exterior of this storm-proof home in Stinson Beach, California. Ipe decks jut out from several rooms.
On this Amsterdam property, a wood fence is used to help unify the main house and the smaller shed.
A modern pavilion for bathing and relaxing in Sweden is comprised almost entirely of glue-laminated timber beams.
The modules of this prefab home in Byron Bay, Australia are primarily made of timber.
In this compact Portland, Oregon retreat, strips of white-oak flooring and wood built-ins provide a visual continuity.
A single elm tree provided material for the kitchen cabinets in this Dutch houseboat, giving the space a warm, personal feeling.
Mahogany floors, walls, and ceilings connect the rooms of this modern family compound in the Hamptons.