RECORD editors present a selection of residential architecture from around the world published in the pages of the magazine in 2020.
Shaded by dramatic cantilevered roofs, a house in Phoenix fuses its interior with the surrounding terrain.
A cantilevered residence on a narrow site in Buenos Aires captures dramatic views of the Río de la Plata.
A large family residence in Mexico City by Ezequiel Farca + Cristina Grappin nestles into a verdant hillside with grace.
An architect’s home cum personal studio allows clients to experience his design ethos.
On a tight site in Amsterdam, architects create a slim, five-story residence.
Simple forms and local materials are all architect Alfonso Quiñones of BAAQ’ needs for a beach house on Mexico's Pacific coast.
A firm based in San Jose, Costa Rica, envisions an open-air pavilion for a vacation house.
On a 25-acre site in New South Wales, a Sydney-based architect designs a home for an environmentally-minded young builder.
A discreet facade belies the surprises within a house in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.
An architect creates a secret garden house for himself and his family in a dense residential section of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A house in Aspen fits discreetly into the landscape.