Clinging to a cliff on a remote island in British Columbia, the Tula House is one of those stunning structures designed to become one with the landscape and to take in the amazing views surrounding them in the most unique and unusual way. The house was designed by Canadian-based Patkau Architects and prioritizes the views without neglecting everything else.
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When it was first built in the 1970s, this split level residence was following the latest trend in terms of architecture and design. Its multi-gabled roof was typical of that era. These days, however, such a design doesn’t really reflect the present so the owners went to Dorrington Atcheson Architects for help when they decided the house needed to be renovated and updated.
Overlooking the wetlands, the bat and the ocean, this single family home couldn’t be better placed than here, in Southhampton, New York. The Far Pond Residence was designed by Bates Masi + Architects, and is composed of two volumes. One is the house that was already existing on the side and the other is an addition built by the architects.
The Wirra Willa Pavilion is located in Somersby, Australia and serves as a private retreat and spa. It was designed by Matthew Woodward Architecture and sits on a site that was originally a citrus fruit orchard.