Built for a family of three, its standout feature is a cantilevered section that doubles as a carport. The design was inspired by Noah's Ark "where the family with all their belongings and animals moved from the city."
A compact pine wood-clad house in Paine, Chile for an elderly woman who wanted to live alone. The program's focus was simplicity, to reduce to a minimum the movement required to live in the house. Of note, a cathedral ceiling and a large floor to ceiling window in the entrance way.
A house in Alaska designed for a professional musher (yes, dogsleds!). Oriented to maximize views of the landscape, to the north is Mount Mckinley, or as the locals call it denali which means the high one in Athabaskan. "Some consideration for sustainable design include a heat recovery ventilation system, triple pane glazing and a double furring wall for the exterior walls." Which also happens to help with the energy bill in Alaska.
A 3-story loft in the 10ème arrondissement of Paris with an interior design inspired by winter gardens, kind of like the ones built by nobility in the 18th and 19th century, but this one with rough hewn pine and glass instead of wrought iron and glass.