The Madrona residence. Vandeventer + Carlander Architects designed this residence in Seattle, Washington. Sited on a narrow thirty-five foot urban lot, the house design maximizes access to natural light and views yet maintains privacy.
The house rises to nearly the height of the neighboring structure. The plantings on the bridge, which connects the guest pavilion with the master bedroom and media room pavilion, will eventually grow in to create a privacy screen.
Mid century modern architecture - Hooper House II by Marcel Breuer. Breuer's Hooper House II in Baltimore, Maryland proves that wonderfully natural materials, like these flagstones used in the walls, are perfectly at home in Bauhaus geometry.
WANT THIS DREAM HOUSE! in the Hollywood Hills by John Lautner. It combines innovative space ideas with modern organic architecture of wood and glass, polished concrete floors and a minimalist interior, giving the house a tranquil spa-like feel.