In Suzanne and Brooks Kelley hired Gray Organschi to renovate an old cottage on their property. The resulting glass and ipe structure suited the sloped meadow perfectly. Photo by Mark Mahaney. Photo by: Mark Mahaney
Guilford Cottage Sheets of unframed glass fill the spaces between the building’s operable windows and the sloping eave of the roof, giving the house, as architect Alan Organschi puts it, “the feel of coming apart at the seams—of surfaces unhinged.
Naust paa Aure by TYIN tegnestue Architects. Designed by architects TYIN Tegnestue, the building is made of materials that were salvaged from a dilapidated boathouse on the site, plus new grey-patinated pine.
A project by Tom Kundig from Seattle-based studio Olson Kundig Architects, The Brain is a striking cinematic laboratory designed for a filmmaker. The cubic-foot building is made of glass and cast-in-place concrete, and features interior.