Architecture, Homes, Travel


It’s not a country club in the normal sense. Yet when taking into consideration the leisure options at the Joshua Tree Country Club, the name makes sense. This three-bedroom, four-bath accommodation sits on nine acres, plenty of room for a tournament tennis court with pickleball lines, grassed croquet court, a […]

Architecture, Cabins, Homes, Real Estate, Travel


Known for their high-end interiors, Aylott & Van Tromp are using their expertise to design prefab hotel suites. The Nokken Cabin offers landowners and developers the opportunity to create miniature Scandinavian-inspired retreats. Each pod takes 10 to 12 weeks to complete and features a dramatic dark larch exterior with warm […]

Architecture, Homes, Travel


Situated among a grove of 100-year-old Jeffrey pine trees, the CAMPout House offers an industrial retreat in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The home is partially embedded into a hillside and features a facade made from eight-inch concrete walls, while a slanted steel roof creates a shed-like profile. Internally, cedar-lined walls […]

Architecture, Homes, Travel


Nested into a cliffside in Zihuatanejo bay, Casa Acantilado offers a dramatic addition to Mexico’s coastal landscape. The home’s concrete facade emerges from the rock face as if chiseled into the existing terrain. Its palapa roof mimics the native vegetation, further integrating the dwelling into the scenery, while wood details […]

Architecture, Homes, Real Estate


Built in 1954, the Goetschel House is the first single-family residence designed by architectural icon Ray Kappe. The three-bedroom home sits on Mesa Lila Road and is tucked into a hillside with live oak trees. Its exterior features a contrasting facade of raw block and horizontal redwood planks, while the […]

Architecture, Homes, Travel


Located on the shore of the Hood Canal, the Surly Crab Beach House offsets its rugged scenery with a sleek, modern form. The contemporary dwelling features a boxy form made of concrete, steel, and glass. It’s divided into three volumes, with the main living area situated closest to the beach, […]

Architecture, Homes, Travel


The saying goes, “two minds are better than one.” The same applies to architects. For the Analog House, Olson Kundig principal Tom Kundig collaborated with the homeowner, who happens to be the founder of Faulkner Architects, to create an industrial oasis in the middle of the Truckee forest. The home […]

Architecture, Homes


Many homes use an abundance of glazing to connect with nature, but few do so with the same results as the Suspended House. The steel and glass structure is wedged between two wooded hillsides in California, floating above a running creek. Its masterful use of transparency removes all boundaries between […]

Architecture, Homes


CLB Architects Design Principal Eric Logan gives his family home in Wyoming a modern refresh. The dwelling was originally built in 1997, taking just four months to complete. Borrowing from the hay sheds that dot the regions, it adopts a gabled silhouette with an oversized roof that extends over a […]

Architecture, Homes, Real Estate


An automotive-inspired mansion in the hills of Bel-Air is now on the market. The Roberto Lane House features a stacked box exterior with sleek supercar-like lines and an abundance of glazing. A 16-foot cantilever on the home’s upper level makes for a dramatic entrance to the home, where open living […]