When selecting each year's group of Record Houses, we value the experimental, the imaginative, and the unexpected, along with a strong sense of craft, exploration of materials, and skillful manipulation of spaces.
A stringently rectilinear house on a narrow site offers a sweeping view of Seattle and the city's harbor.
A suburban house just west of Paris's Bois de Boulogne integrates industrial and organic themes.
A four-volume family home on Long Island reflects the quiet history of its surroundings.
A three-sided plan optimizes a quirky site for a client’s well-crafted home and office in Tokyo.
An architect shapes both structure and landscape to create a meticulously detailed but informal weekend house in East Hampton, New York.
In the midst of the bustling metropolis of Santiago, a pair of linked houses form an urban oasis, bringing a new dimension to duplex living.
A series of elevated cabins in Mendocino County, California, serves as a remote getaway with some of the comforts of home.
A series of volumes on a mountainous site in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, create a comfortable home for a retired couple and their visiting family.
A 21st-century twist on an early Corbusian concept creates a roomy, comfortable spatial arrangement for a young family—indoors and out—in Tokyo.
In the September 2017 issue, its Architectural Record's annual unveiling of America's Top Architecture Schools.
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