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Architect Visit: Houses at Night Roundup

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Architect Visit: Houses at Night Roundup

Lydia Lee January 01, 2012

A house has a different personality after the sun goes down; with its glass expanses, the modern home turns into a lantern that lights up the dark. Here is a sampling of some great places to toast the New Year from architects in the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Above: Elbow Coulee, a cabin in Washington state, by Prentiss + Balance + Wickline (formerly Balance Associates). Photograph courtesy of the firm.

Above: The Campbell Drive Residence in Los Angeles by Kevin Oreck. Photograph courtesy of the firm.

Above: A house in San Francisco’s Noe Valley by Yamamar Design Studio. Photograph by Bruce Damonte.

Above: A Brooklyn townhouse by Ogawa Depardon. Photograph courtesy of the firm.

Above: The Bay Residence in eastern Long Island by Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects (formerly Stelle Architects). Photograph by Jeff Heatley.

Above: The Louver House in Long Island by Leroy Street Studio. Photography by Paul Warchol.

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