Architecture/Build: Parental Consent – Exterior

The home’s exterior is clad in wood, stone, fiber cement and brushed aluminum. Large windows define the front façade. “The house employs highly energy-efficient strategies, including passive solar orientation and […]

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Lay of the Land – Pavilion

Outdoor movie nights are cozy and comfy in the pavilion, which features a large sectional sofa opposite the television and a fireplace.

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Lay of the Land – Patio

Family and friends can gather for a meal in the shade (and in the breeze from the fan) on the patio adjacent to the house.

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Hidden Hill – Exterior

“The residence is clad in horizontal prefinished cedar planks with travertine stone tiles on the garden and retaining walls,” architect Stuart Narofsky says.

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Contemporary Cottage – Exterior

The architect retained the street façade to pay homage to the home’s English Cottage style. Orange and purple tulips add color to complement the stately structure.

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Contemporary Cottage – Exterior

The owners wanted to have a connection with the outdoors. RHG obliged with a long wall of windows across the back of the house. The extensive landscaping includes fritallaria, allium […]

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Distinguished Design – Exterior

This Princeton, New Jersey home was designed in 1925. “The original color around the windows was green,” Grant says. Though black might have been a safer way to go because […]

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