Like the Mezzanine. On Puget Sound, activist and filmmaker Anna Hoover collaborated with Les Eerkes, a principal at Olson Kundig Architects

Eco-friendly compact cabin in Washington. Cost-effective hot-rolled steel—steel being an Olson Kunding signature—covers the treads on the staircase leading to the sleeping loft.

Activist and filmmaker Anna Hoover’s home on Puget Sound.  A collaboration with Les Eerkes, principal at Olson Kundig Architects, together they created a 693-square-foot studio in the woods using materials and a building style that treads lightly on our environment.

Hoover's favorite aspect of the house is its calm mood and "the quietude and solace I experience while inside," she says. "I am also very content with the decision to heat from a wood stove, it makes the modern structure feel that much homier.

We cook for you. - fuckyouverymuch

Peter Zumthor: The Thinking Architect : Remodelista. Zumthor's kitchen features large frameless panes of glass, affording a view of the outside. Photograph by Laura J. Padgett via Open House

Concrete everything. #tonyandwill

Büro Architecture Melbourne loves kap - tokyo japan - komada architects’ office - photo by toshihiro sobajima [concrete interior]

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Chistopher Polly-designed Elliott Ripper house shows the most impactful design moves: Windows that allow light and air to enter the house. Breezway Altair louvers, Viridian Comfort Plus low-e glass, and Western Red Cedar–framed sliding glass doors on the ground floor and pivot stay windows on the second story allow residents to control how open or closed the house is.  Dwell | At Home in the Modern World: Modern Design & Architecture

Elliott Ripper House / Christopher Polly Architect~Love the windows and the simplicity of this room.

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An Entire House That You Snap Together, Like A Toy

Image 5 of 6 from gallery of Villa Asserbo: A Sustainable, Printed House That Snaps Together. Villa Asserbo, a house whose printed pieces "snap" together, by Danish architects Eentileen. Photos via Fast Company.

This small writer's retreat on San Juan Islands, Washington completely exposes the interior to the site’s impressive island views. Photo by: Tim Bies

Olson Kundig Houses by Diana Budds from Serene Havens on Puget Sound…

False Bay Writer’s Cabin is a private retreat that was designed by Olson Kundig Architects.