Author: Photographs by Mick Hales

Makoid turned on a dime and created an entirely new design when the land plot for the home changed at the last minute.

Architect Roger Ferris designs a Bridgehampton home surrounded by trees, meadows, and sky.

Deep in the Northwest Woods, architect Audrey Matlock’s cutting-edge Bar House is something to behold.

“Where something comes from is less important to me than what it can become,” says the designer and gallerist, who filled his New York apartment with old and new elements.

Take a tour of a gorgeous 30-acre Connecticut garden, featuring holistic elements from Japanese gardening.

Virtually everything in the house has a historic reference point.

A surprising number of green spaces thrive in New York’s concrete jungle, but this one almost never saw the light of day.

Industrial designer Miles Jaffe undertakes a renovation and expansion of a Water Mill modern originally built in 1975 by his architect father.

The house was no gem, but it was nestled in a fairy-tale setting and Herman Vega and Eduardo Rodriguez saw its potential.

FACE Stockholm founder Gun Nowak puts a Swedish twist on a classic Victorian farmhouse.

Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects designs a home that fully embraces its surroundings.