Lakefront House on Lake Washington: A contemporary interpretation of the Shingle Style, this house on a narrow lot on Lake Washington features steel sash windows, zinc roof shingles, and crisply tailored details.
Despite the different materials, the house looks uniform because the two wings are structurally identical. In between the two wings an enclosed breezeway houses the kitchen, dining and living in one open space.
Using glass, a series of movable wooden screens, wood slats, and a slate roof Zecc Architecten & Roel van Norel create a small modern cottage that can adapt to the needs of the users in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Black exterior- The exterior sconces are original to Zaik's 1956 design. A series of decks wraps around the house, connected by aggregate walkways that are part of a hardscape jointly designed by Helgerson's office and Lilly Villa Gardens.