Long Valley Ranch House by Marmol Radziner

Set on the crest of a grassy knoll on 160 acres in the hills of Mendocino County, this vacation home is sited in a careful, simple, and unobtrusive manner.

J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO

“Of all the projects reviewed, this one is the most regional and really looks as if it belongs here. The house is exquisitely sited and planned. We love the series of indoor and outdoor spaces and the section showing how the house would dig into the ground and cool the lower spaced n the hot desert environment.”

Beach Pavilion by Carol A. Wilson Architect

Maine architecture is conservative. Tradition runs deep in this state and Goose Rocks Beach is no exception. In fact, both before and after the pavilion was completed, the town attempted to amend the building code to outlaw “flat-roofed” buildings.

Briar Creek Farm by Robert M. Cain Architect

“Standing at the high (north) end of the stunning glade and looking south into its axis, we could turn to see the borrow pits’ potential as a lake to the west and over the young pines to the east an almost mystical view of the field.” – Robert M. Cain

Harborview Hills by Laidlaw Schultz Architects

The home’s quiet street setting gives no indication of the dynamic coastal views accessible from inside, and this feeling of revelation became the starting point for the design.