Steimle Architekten has converted a former barn in Kressbronn Library in Germany, featuring glazed openings screened by angled vertical louvres.
Faulkner Architects has transformed a rustic building in northern California into a simple dwelling sheathed in salvaged redwood and weathering steel.
Montreal designer Louis Beliveau of La Firme has overhauled a decrepit barn in Quebec by turning its hollow core into a holiday home for two city dwellers.
Seattle firm Signal Architecture + Research has completed an education and events centre, clad in painted metal and wood within a protected area in Oregon.
Weathering steel, concrete and glass were used to form this asymmetrical dwelling by Mork-Ulnes Architects in northern California's Sonoma County.
Studio Bark has embedded an off-grid home, which has a tapered roofline that opens out to a glazed gable end with views over a meadow in Suffolk, England.
Field Architecture has taken cues from the vernacular architecture of Napa Valley for this gabled residence, which is surrounded by grape vines