Five Houses, by
The architects worked with the landscape to the greatest degree possible, removing few trees and accommodating the sloping terrain. As a result, the homes’ open spaces are immersed in its environment. Each house includes a living area and terrace split by a glass wall that slides back to open up the space. They each also have two interior courtyards the provide an outdoor pass-through to various rooms.
Avant-garde style translates well to an open, comfortable atmosphere within this project. The connection with outdoor space welcomes visitors. Meanwhile, the casual vibe created by light colors and low-key furniture pieces allows hosts and their guests to relax. [Photography by