Selected as the most inspiring projects featured by Dwell this year, our winners showcase innovative solutions and creative, context-driven design.
Covered in mirrored glass that’s transparent when viewed from within, the facade of this Mexican forest retreat reflects the color, light, and movements of its natural surroundings. Located on a lush hillside
First built in 1959 as acclaimed architect Jim Olson's first project, a modest bunkhouse in the woods grows into an extraordinary family retreat. In 1959, when Jim Olson of the celebrated Seattle firm
A transparent hillside abode outside Porto swerves around existing trees and takes advantage of the lush canopy for privacy. Inspired by the surrounding landscape of chestnut trees, rocky hillside, and
A Belgian couple abide by strict preservation rules to breathe new life into an International Style villa by architect Lucien Engels. When Simon Mason first saw his future home in the Belgian hamlet of