John Gaw Meem, Architect
Casa de Cuesta Asoleada, 1938
3961 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM
On almost three acres with beautiful views, The Sunny Slope House is a rare opportunity to experience authentic Pueblo Revival architecture, fully updated to today’s place and time. Originally designed and built for Edward Tatum in 1939 by John Gaw Meem, who is regionally and nationally known as the father of the Pueblo Revival period in Santa Fe. Two bedroom suites have full bathrooms, fireplaces, comfortable seating areas, and access to their own portals and patios. A wonderful walled front courtyard and portal offer fabulous outdoor living, which includes a full kitchen outside. The home has a comfortable and unassuming appeal with complete privacy on two legal lots on Tatum Lane off
Trey Hoff, Architect
Inspired by the Frank Lloyd Wright Tradition
579 East Orion Court, Boise, ID
This stunning residence by Trey Hoff architecture, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, maintains incredible privacy and serenity and offers picture perfect indoor/outdoor living and an unparalleled lifestyle. The spacious east facing living room is defined by windows filled with natural light and features a 13 foot ceiling. An open and inspired floor-plan. Outside, you find the fireplace is a perfect escape, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living. The master suite is a tranquil everyday oasis with french doors that lead to a private outdoor spa. Upstairs, 3 large bedrooms all overlooks the foothills. The third suite is privately located on the north wing of the home. Enjoy your
Vista Pines Estate
2775 W Vista Pines Trail, Prescott, AZ
Recognized as one of the top 100 architects in the United States, Mickey Muennig exemplifies organic, eco forward design. His commitment to interlinking ecology and nature with the surrounding environment highly influenced the “organic architecture movement” pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright. By casting aside traditional straight line, right angle, box build styles, he created a following drawn to his curvilinear, pioneering design style focused on positioning the home to blend with the surrounding environment. Using earth materials and recycled products, Muennig’s structures are designed to withstand harsh elements by incorporating wood, water, concrete, glass, steel, and even sod.
Lee Aaron Ward
Mid-century Elk, 1960
5450-5460 Highway One, Elk, CA
Designed by Lee Aaron Ward who apprenticed at Taliesin West with famed American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Two waterfront homes connected by an expansive deck and separated by two single-car garages, are situated atop a +/-140 foot cliff overlooking the magnificent turquoise blue waters of a cove created by a rocky promontory with two sizable sea caves.
Here is a rare opportunity to own a quintessential Northern California mid-century coastal contemporary residence that remains fully intact as the architect intended. The main house features two bedrooms, a library, an office and two red-brick fireplaces.The guest house has a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom, a bath, a
William Wesley Peters, Architect
Sorensen Residence, 1970-1971
4212 Country Road JJ, Black Earth, WI
The Taliesin Tradition
Only 130 individual residences have the architectural pedigree of being designed in the Taliesin tradition practiced by Frank Lloyd Wright, and recognized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Treetops is one of those rare historic homes and has undergone a meticulous 14-year renovation by its current owners which sensitively blends modern upgrades and amenities while respecting the original architecture and construction.
Once you enter the driveway, it's your own private retreat built into the brow of the hill on 80 wild and undulating acres. The house is simply a work of art, designed to be integral to the site with a flowing,
Adam Dayem, Architect
The Sleeve House
Here is a rare opportunity to own a truly unique and hyper-contemporary home. Located in the Hudson Valley town of Taghkanic, this all-season weekend home is sited on nearly 15 acres of open, rolling meadows, a setting that affords privacy, as well as dramatic valley and mountain views. As enigmatic as it is practical, the structure has intimate spaces for cooking, dining, and living, a tall, thin vertical slice for circulation, and a dramatic entry gallery. The sustainably-sourced Accoya wood skin, charred by a Japanese finishing technique called “shou sugi ban,” gives the house’s façade a rough, weathered texture, a contemporary reinterpretation of the exteriors of old barns in the
Robert Mallet-Stevens, Architect
Paris 16th, Paris, FR
Remarkable Art déco testimony, this flat is located in Jan and Joel Martel’s private mansion designed by architect Robert Mallet Stevens in 1927. The architect collaborated with Jean Prouvé and the atelier Barillet to build this work of art.
This flat extends over a surface of 72 m² and includes a living room with built-in furniture designed by Mallet-Stevens, a kitchen, a bedroom with a dressing room and a bathroom. It enjoys a balcony and a lovely terrace.
The typical Mallet-Stevens voocabulary is very readable on this building : cubic volumes, niches and a smooth white surface. The entrance and shared spaces were designed with care by Jean Prouvé, and
Over Eight Acres
Belmont, Queen of Castries
Lastic Hill, Castries, Saint Lucia, W.I
A Rare 19th century Creole great house standing on 8-1/2 acres in St Lucia. This stately and gracious Island residence is set within a lush and vibrant park-like nature preserve overlooking Castries Harbor. Impeccably restored and maintained as the winter residence of a well-known Academy Award winning writer, the property today affords an opportunity to live and share the romantic genteel hospitality of early island living. This is not for those looking for the typical faux island tourist "luxury" amenities, but rather offers the priceless appeal of a private park and residence in the context of the authentic culture of the Island. There are outbuildings. Cocktails are served on
Pierre Fauroux, Architect
Contemporary Realization, 2003
near Grenoble, FR
This remarkable contemporary realization is the work of the architect Pierre Fauroux. Between minimalism of the forms and strong expression of materials (concrete, glass, varnished red wood, slate of Angers for the ground), this "swimming pool-house" impresses through its balance and its serenity.
The house is located in a small village of the low valley of Isère, halfway between Grenoble and Valencia (30 minutes), snuggled up between hill and river at the foot of the massif of Vercors. Ski runs and golf are at 15 minutes of the house.
This 600 square-meter house with a streamlined silhouette and a roof terrace brings down hides into the landscape,
Techny Group, Architects
Living Sculpture in Hudson Valley, 2011
92 Link Road, Ghent, NY
Inspired by the surroundings, this chic modern home is a rare combination of warm and welcoming with incredibly well thought out and executed design. Conceived as a modern interpretation of the typical barn with Glu-lam exposed beams, this home features an open floor plan and mesmerizing views of the Catskill Mountains and lush rural setting. Floor to ceiling glass allows for the blurring of interior and exterior spaces. The kitchen is open to the living and dining areas, incorporates the best of the best appliances and is a joy to be in. The private areas, 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 2 loft-like offices, are housed in spaces inserted into the copper and glass skin, again directing the eye to