förstberg arkitektur's 'house for mother' is a small house of two volumes with a corrugated aluminum exterior, on display at the linkopingsbo 2017 housing exhibition
Hayhurst and Co. used pale white larch to wrap walls and furnishings both inside and outside this beach house-inspired extension to a London residence.
Copenhagen office Leth & Gori used exposed clay blocks and raw plywood to create a maintenance-free interior for this house in Nyborg, Denmark.
Stainless steel surfaces and a polished concrete floor brighten the interior of this extension to a terraced house in Islington by Architecture for London.
Paris studio Atelier Zündel Cristea has added a glass-walled extension that projects from the rear of this hundred-year-old house in Vincennes, Paris.
White stuccoed walls and terracotta tiled roofs create a visual connection between this house in a Portuguese vineyard and traditional buildings nearby.
Image 4 of 18 from gallery of Lean To House / Warc Studio. Photograph by Aaron Pocock
Image 5 of 18 from gallery of Lean To House / Warc Studio. Photograph by Aaron Pocock