5x5 is five days of Top 5's from the MoCo archives, all in a unifying theme. This edition: People's choice! A collection of your most Liked over the last few months, a category a day... Day 3: Architecture.
Playing with time and space, Beached House employs irregularly folded spaces - "volumetric origami" - to suggest a structure that has evolved over time.
Providing vault-like protection, The Pierre is wedged in rock on an island off the coast of the US northwest, secure home to an art collector and collections.
Respectfully redesigned (as a condition of sale), Record House was remodeled after 40 years to retain the spirit of the original design, while visually connecting the interior to its woodland setting.
Affordable and eco-friendly, Elm House features include bamboo floors, cement fiber board, native grasses requiring no irrigation, natural lighting, 1" low-e insulated glass, and a central stair [integrating] recycled cedar fencing.
Completely sealable when unoccupied, L House is a weekend home for now, with plans to become the owners' full-time residence in a few years.