The northern facade of this affordable beach house in Chile, takes in the water views via double-height windows in the main living room, plus terraces punched into the second floor. Photo by Roland Halbe. Photo by: Roland HalbeCourtesy of: Roland Halbe
With the majority of the house's windows facing down the slope, not only does Bornstein maximize the views out, but he assured that his home would have loads of natural light pouring in, even if it only lasts for a few hours in winter. Photo by Pia Ulin.
There used to be walls; now Barbara Hill's bed offers views not just of Houston, but also a French farm table surrounded by a sextet of black and white Harry Bertoia chairs for Knoll. Photo by Dean Kaufman.
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In Switzerland, designer Jonathan Tuckey lent his singular, sophisticated vision to his family’s bifurcated mountain chalet. Moody interior finishes enrich an unusual architectural program, resulting in a winsome space that’s both cozy and modern.